The red wave is getting bigger.
Republicans picked a special election victory in Jacksonville, Florida.
Republican Nick Howland won his city council race on Tuesday.
Republican Nick Howland on Tuesday night clinched the necessary number of votes to take the City Council At-Large Group 3 seat.
At about 7:45 p.m., with 196 of 199 precincts reporting, Howland maintained a strong lead over his opponent, Democrat Tracye Polson. Howlandâ€™s lead was greater than the remaining number of votes left to tabulate according to data from the Duval County Supervisor of Electionsâ€™ website.
At just before 10:30 p.m., all precincts were reporting and all mail-in and early votes had been counted. Howland won with 51.69% of the vote to Polsonâ€™s 48.31%.
The seat was left vacant when Tommy Hazouri, who was a former council president and mayor, died in September.
Scott Pressler reacted to it:
If you live in Jacksonville, I need your help registering new Republican voters.
Iâ€™m happy to connect you w/ a local Republican organizer to get you started.
Letâ€™s flip Duval County red.
— #ThePersistence (@ScottPresler) February 23, 2022
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