The American Conservatives celebrate a win in the New Hampshire primary

The American conservatives are ecstatic over their triumph over New Hampshire.

Their victories over Sen. Pat Toomey (R-Pa.) and Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R -N.H.) in Tuesday’s Republican primary gave them the majority in the Senate and their first legislative victory since 2009.

The win, which comes just weeks after they narrowly defeated Rep. Bill Cassidy (R) in Louisiana, will solidify the conservatives as the majority party in the House and give them a shot at re-election.

They will now head into next week’s special election to fill the seat vacated by Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

Democrats have long been wary of the conservative contingent, which they blame for the GOP’s lagging legislative agenda.

That dynamic could change, though, as Republicans are likely to turn to former Sen. Rick Santorum (R-) and former Gov.

Scott Walker (R)-Wisconsin to win the state.

Toomey was already in danger of losing his seat in the GOP primary after winning just two votes in the Republican primary.

But the loss of his home state and the party’s growing confidence in its own candidates in New Hampshire may have forced him to seek reelection.

“I was very concerned about being in the minority,” Toomeie said.

“I was going to lose my seat in 2018, and I was going see if I could win that seat.

So, it was a real emotional roller coaster ride.”

The Republicans’ victory was a significant one, as it allowed them to take back control of the Senate for the first time since 2006.

The GOP now holds a 51-47 majority in both chambers of Congress.

The two seats where Republicans have not held power since 2010 are the U.S. House of Representatives and the U,S.

Senate.

The victory over Toomeys was also a victory for conservative activists in New England.

The New Hampshire victory gives the GOP an opportunity to make inroads in the state, where the party has been losing ground.

But it was not the party that was on the front lines of the backlash against Trump, who was unpopular in the Midwestern state.

The state’s Republicans, for instance, voted to approve a state budget in 2018 that was the first major Republican overhaul of New Hampshire’s welfare programs since the 1980s.

And even though New Hampshire Democrats are also facing a challenge from a conservative challenger in state Senate race, their success was a sign of the state’s shifting demographics.

In the last presidential election, New Hampshire voters were more evenly divided between Democrats and Republicans.

But that has changed, and Democrats are now more likely to lean Democratic than Republicans.

The new political landscape in New York City, which Trump won in 2016, is also changing.

The city’s Democratic mayor, Bill de Blasio, has been a leader on climate change issues, but he is viewed as a liberal by some on the right.

In a move that could be seen as a departure from the GOP, New York state lawmakers passed a law in January that allowed individuals to bring up to two dogs into parks without having to purchase an animal license.

This is a big change from New York’s traditional tradition of only allowing dogs in city parks.

New York’s Democratic Governor Andrew Cuomo, a moderate Republican, is a Trump ally.

He is not running for re-elect, but his party has pledged to support Trump’s agenda.

And New York is not alone.

The majority of states have a Republican majority in Congress.

But, with a handful of exceptions, Republicans control the House, Senate and governor’s mansion.

The Republicans hold the power to change the makeup of the House as well as the makeup, or not, of the lower chamber, but the governor still has to hold the gavel.

Democrats won control of both chambers in both 2010 and 2016, but lost the presidency to President Barack Obama in 2016.

And in the 2017 midterm elections, Republicans won a stunning majority in each chamber, giving them a large majority of seats in both houses.

But the New York results may be a sign that Republicans are becoming more competitive.

The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee has posted results showing that Democratic voters were slightly more likely than Republicans to say they were satisfied with their representation.

And Democrats have also begun to pick up seats in Republican-held states, such as Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.

In some ways, the New Yorker State could be the best example of a state where the GOP has been able to win back control after losing a presidential election.

Democrats have been in control of state government in New Jersey for almost 20 years, but that was not true for the 2020 election.

They lost control of that chamber to Republicans in 2018.

Democrats had a comfortable majority in that chamber, and they have held it since then.

But Republicans had an insurmountable majority in New Mexico, which Republicans lost in 2020.

The New Yorker victory is a sign, then, that the GOP is slowly turning its attention to states with a smaller percentage of minorities and