Why the National House Vote is Completely Irrelevant

Democrats had a good Election Night. President Obama won a second term, and the party unexpectedly gained seats in the Senate. But the effort to claim victory in the House is a bridge too far, and it isn’t merely the touting about how Democrats met or exceeded low expectations going into Election Day.

There also appears to be an effort to delegitimize the Republican majority in the House by citing the “National House Vote.” [cont.]

Nathan Gonzales, Rothenberg Political Report