All four 'squad' members easily win reelection

All four members of "the Squad" — Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-CortezAlexandria Ocasio-CortezOcasio-Cortez: Facebook, Zuckerberg 'bear partial responsibility' for insurrection Belfast's Troubles echo in today's Washington AOC's Ministry of Truth MORE (D-N.Y.), Ilhan OmarIlhan OmarDemocrats poised to impeach Trump again Pence opposes removing Trump under 25th Amendment: reports Pelosi vows to impeach Trump again — if Pence doesn't remove him first MORE (D-Minn.), Ayanna PressleyAyanna PressleyBelfast's Troubles echo in today's Washington Federal government carries out 13th and final execution under Trump The Hill's Morning Report - Biden asks Congress to expand largest relief response in U.S. history MORE (D-Mass.) and Rashida TlaibRashida Harbi TlaibBiden and the new Congress must protect Americans from utility shutoffs Overnight Energy: EPA rule exempts many polluting industries from future air regulations | Ex-Michigan governor to be charged over Flint water crisis: report | Officials ousted from White House after papers casting doubt on climate science Ex-Michigan governor to be charged over Flint water crisis: report MORE (D-Mich.) — easily won reelection Tuesday night after fending off conservative challengers. 

“Our sisterhood is resilient,” Omar said on Twitter. 


According to The New York Times, Ocasio-Cortez’s seat was the second most expensive House race in the country after Republican challenger John Cummings raised more than $10 million to try and unseat her. She easily won her race with just under 75 percent of the vote. 

The Associated Press called Tlaib’s race early Wednesday morning with over 66 percent of precincts reporting, winning her first race against a Republican opponent, David Dudenhoefer. She did not face a Republican when she was first elected in 2018. 

Omar brushed aside GOP challenger Lacy Johnson after he failed to make inroads with his promise to fight poverty and crime through education reform and business savvy. Omar and Tlaib became the first Muslim women elected to Congress in 2018. 


Pressley won her strong blue-leaning district over write-in Republican Rayla Campbell. 

In announcing her win, Pressley said on Twitter: “Together, we have fought for our shared humanity. We have organized. We have mobilized. We have legislated our values. I am so proud to be your Congresswoman & your partner in the work.” 

The quartet has drawn the frequent ire of President TrumpDonald TrumpFacebook temporarily bans ads for weapons accessories following Capitol riots Sasse, in fiery op-ed, says QAnon is destroying GOP Section 230 worked after the insurrection, but not before: How to regulate social media MORE and other Republicans for their left-leaning views on various issues from climate change to health care.