Tuesday night saw the victory of more a few socialists in the off-year local elections. It will not impact governance in America now, but it is a signal. Confused voters can go extreme lefty. Not a
Lee Carter, a DSA-endorsed candidate and open socialist from Manassas, Virginia, defeated the Republican incumbent and GOP minority whip, Jackson Miller.
In Pleasant Hill, a small town in Polk County, Iowa. Polk, DSA candidate Ross Grooters won a spot there on the town's city council.
In Moorhead, Minnesota, DSA member Kara Gloe won a spot on the school board.
DSA candidate Joel Sipress won his election in Duluth, Minnesota, for City Council.
Over in Knoxville, TN, Seema Singh Perez won hers, becoming the city's first Indian-American council member.
Democratic Socialists JT Scott and Ben Ewen-Campen unseated incumbents in Democratic Somerville, Massachusetts.