Republican takes seat in the Minnesota House of Representatives

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Republican takes seat in the Minnesota House of Representatives

Republican Michelle Fischbach took a seat in the House of Representatives in Minnesota. Writes about this The New York Times.

She beat her Democratic rival Collin Peterson, who was one of only two members of the House of Representatives who voted against an impeachment investigation against US President Donald Trump. Fischbach received 53.7 percent of the vote.

General Election Day was held in the United States on November 3. Citizens elected a president and vice president, 35 senators, the entire House of Representatives, 13 governors and local government representatives. The current head of state, Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Joe Biden, who served as vice president under Barack Obama, fought for the top post.

House of Representatives Democrats initiated impeachment proceedings against Trump in September 2019. On January 15, it became known that the lower house of parliament voted to transfer the case to the Senate. On January 31, the vote to summon witnesses in the impeachment case to the Senate failed. On February 6, Trump was acquitted by the Senate of all charges in the impeachment case.

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