Eric Cantor (R-VA-7th) Rep., Defeated In Primary, Steps Down as GOP Leader

 

Eric Cantor Defeated

Eric Ivan Cantor (born June 6, 1963) is the United States Representative for Virginia’s 7th congressional district, serving from 2001. A member of the Republican Party, he became House Majority Leader when the 112th Congress convened on January 3, 2011. He previously served as House Minority Whip from 2009 to 2011.

His district includes most of the northern and western sections of Richmond, along with most of Richmond’s western suburbs and portions of the Shenandoah Valley. Cantor is the highest-ranking Jewish member of Congress in its history, and currently the only non-Christian Republican in either house.

On June 10, 2014, in his bid for re-election, Cantor lost the Republican primary to economics professor Dave Brat. Following his primary defeat, Cantor announced his resignation as House Majority Leader effective July 31. Wikipedia Bio

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4 Thoughts to “Eric Cantor (R-VA-7th) Rep., Defeated In Primary, Steps Down as GOP Leader”

  1. Londubh_srath

    Who votes on this site,anyway? I've never seen anything so skewed..
    Cantor is a brainless TWIT.

     
  2. Annalisa

    How did Cantor, an infantile dimwit EVER get enough votes to become a member of Congress is painful to think about. He is as insightful and selfless as a two-year old. His rudeness and snikering during televised speeches of the President were pathetic to witness. What a classless fool!!

     
  3. dharris18

    I personally was never a big fan of his, probably for the best he resigned. We need less politicians like him serving the people of our great nation.

     
  4. ZXD22

    I was not a big fan of him either. I think it was a good choice for him to step down as GOP Leader.

     

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