NC-11 – The 25 year old Republican congressional candidate from North Carolina’s 11th District Madison Cawthorn will become the youngest member of congress when he takes the oath of office in January. The young conservative easily won his race against unhinged Democrat Moe Davis, and in so doing pushed back against a national effort by Democrats to keep the fresh Republican brand ambassador from reaching Capitol Hill.
From Fox News:
“North Carolina Republican Congressman-elect Madison Cawthorn told “Fox & Friends” he looks forward to building a “bolder” GOP when he arrives in Washington, D.C., as the youngest member of Congress since the 1700s after winning the seat left vacant by Mark Meadows. […]
“I believe it’s time for a new Republican Party to rise,” Cawthorn told co-host Ainsley Earhardt. “I don’t think we just need to have a bigger tent, I genuinely believe we need to have a bolder tent. I think that for too long the Republicans have acted with timidity on issues where we should be leading.” […]
“I’d love to be the face or advocate for health care reform on the side of the Republicans,” he said. “I think we really need to deregulate that market significantly.” […]”
Cawthorn has continued to receive national attention after speaking (and standing) at the Republican National Convention. The spotlight isn’t likely to diminish, either, as the young conservative is bound to catch a lot of flak from Democrats intent on guarding the false narrative that the ‘youth’ should support the Left.