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Heavenly Father, may Your kingdom come and Your will be done. Reveal to us what You want us to see about the Virginia election results.

With anger at President Trump boiling over, Democrats steamrolled to victory in Virginia’s elections Tuesday, claiming majorities in both chambers of the General Assembly for the first time in two decades.

They captured Republican-held Senate seats in Northern Virginia and the Richmond area, according to unofficial returns, giving Democrats enough for control, with other pickups possible.

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In the House, where new district maps imposed by a court tilted the playing field toward Democrats, they claimed at least four wins and had a couple of more races in sight, according to the Virginia Public Access Project.

Democrats also appeared to have defended every one of their seats in both chambers, including reelecting Delegate Danica Roem, who broke ground two years ago winning as an openly transgender politician, and Delegate Lee Carter, who bills himself as a democratic socialist.

“Tonight, Virginia Democrats have once again made history. Starting this January, for the first time in decades, Democrats will control the House, Senate and the governor’s office,” said Susan Swecker, chairwoman of the state party.

Todd Gilbert is the majority leader in the Virginia House of Delegates. He said outsiders have spent big money in hopes of changing the balance of power in the commonwealth.

“The amount of money coming in mostly from the Democratic side—billionaires like George Soros and Tom Steyer, the environmentalist, and Michael Bloomberg are all pouring millions of dollars in Virginia races in trying to reshape our state and ultimately reshape the country,” Gilbert explained.

One week before Election Day, more than $82 million had been spent, making this the most expensive election in Virginia history.

What has happened here in Virginia’s elections will reverberate throughout the country,” said Michael Keegan, president of the liberal activist group People for the American Way. “Flipping the General Assembly of this once-red state to blue puts Republicans on notice that voters have had enough of Donald Trump, Republicans, and their dangerous and divisive agenda.”

Indeed, voters said there was no doubt Mr. Trump was on their minds when they cast ballots — with the intensity far higher among Democrats.

“I just wanted to go against Trump. I find him absolutely repugnant,” said Peggy Chenoweth, 45, who voted for Democrats in a Senate seat in Loudoun and Prince William counties that flipped away from Republican control.

Sri Amudhanar, the Democratic candidate for Loudoun County Commissioner of the Revenue, said it was impossible to divorce Mr. Trump from the day’s races.

“They cannot separate them because the pull of national politics is so hard,” he said.

All 40 seats in the state’s Senate and all 100 seats in the House of Delegates were on the ballot, though only a handful of races were expected to decide control.

Republicans went into the night with an effective 51-49 lead in the House and a 21-19 edge in the Senate.

Democrats’ big night means the next session of the General Assembly will look dramatically different.

The federal Equal Rights Amendment could earn ratification in the state legislature after being blocked by Republicans. The state’s minimum wage could rise, and Virginia’s status as a right-to-work state could be challenged.

(Excerpts from The Washington Times and CBN News.)

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  1. The billionaire democrats always seem to be willing to buy votes, in order to try to get their way. Its all about power. They will do anything to get their people in office. Are there not any billionaire republicans to offset the dems tactics?, to support their party and get their people in office. Another problem is, “the church” the believers, who often times don’t stand up or speak up. Wonder what would happen if the 68 million evangelicals would meet one night each week in their respective “church buildings” and pray, asking God to do what only He can do, and that is to fix what we cannot. He is the answer.

  2. I pray in the name of Jesus that the (information dump) released about voter fraud in the state of Kentucky is received Lord to the right ears and will be dealt with according to your will. I pray for protection over this whistle blower and that it will be revealed about who is running and operating these machines in every state and it will be stopped and the enemies plans uprooted before this big election in 2020.

  3. GOD is not wringing HIS hands and pulling out HIS hair! HE works ALL things together for our good! Sometimes HE gives people exactly what they are asking for–remember the story of Moses in the desert when the people complained and asked for meat? GOD gave them what they asked for and you know how that ended!
    Thank you Our Wonderful Heavenly Father, You dear LORD who knows the end from the beginning. We don’t depend on men for the victory, for we have YOU, dear LORD, who is always victorious. In Jesus Name, Amen.

  4. Dear Heavenly Father we need your intervention in our politics. May righteous rule our land. May Your people called by Your name repent, seek Your face and turn from our wicked ways so You would heal our land. Please forgive us! No amount of money from Soros or anyone else can buy elections from a righteous nation. May we once again become one nation under God respecting, fearing and honoring You! In Jesus’s precious name we pray and to His glory! Amen!

  5. Taking counsel from Acts 20, and Isaiah 12, Lord Jesus, Yahweh, we exalt our Lord and by the power of the Holy Spirit, we will walk unafraid giving thanks, honor and glory to the Sovereignty that rules in the affairs of men. You never slumber or sleep. We run the race with joy, drawing from the wells of salvation.
    You will protect the righteous and hold the wicked accountable. Let us keep on in truth and righteousness with courage.

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