Republican Kim Klacik loses House bid in Maryland

Rising Republican star Kim Klacik lost her bid for a US House seat representing Maryland on Tuesday night, after being endorsed by President Donald and launching a viral campaign video where she said 'Black Lives Don't Matter to Democrats'. 

Klacik, 38, lost the seat for the state's 7th Congressional District to Democratic incumbent Rep. Kweisi Mfume. 

'We gave it our best shot! So proud of my team. It’s sad someone that doesn’t lift a finger could win a congressional seat just by name, but this is not the end,' Klacik tweeted Tuesday night.

'This is still a win. Congratulations @Mfume4Congress. Prepare to be held accountable like never before. Thx CD7!' she added.

Her campaign was thrust into the spotlight as repeatedly bashed Baltimore as a 'disgusting, rat and rodent-infested mess', which the 7th District covers, and he clashed with former Rep. Elijah Cummings, who led the president's impeachment investigation.

Rising Republican star Kim Klacik, 38, lost her bid for a US House seat representing Maryland on Tuesday night, after being endorsed by President Donald Trump and launching a viral campaign video where she said 'Black Lives Don't Matter to Democrats'

Rising Republican star Kim Klacik, 38, lost her bid for a US House seat representing Maryland on Tuesday night, after being endorsed by President Donald and launching a viral campaign video where she said 'Black Lives Don't Matter to Democrats'

'We gave it our best shot! So proud of my team. It’s sad someone that doesn’t lift a finger could win a congressional seat just by name, but this is not the end,' Klacik tweeted Tuesday night

'We gave it our best shot! So proud of my team. It’s sad someone that doesn’t lift a finger could win a congressional seat just by name, but this is not the end,' Klacik tweeted Tuesday night

Democratic incumbent Rep. Kweisi Mfume, who was in the seat before and after the late Rep. Elijah Cummings, was re-elected Tuesday night. Pictured celebrating his victory Tuesday night in Baltimore

Democratic incumbent Rep. Kweisi Mfume, who was in the seat before and after the late Rep. Elijah Cummings, was re-elected Tuesday night. Pictured celebrating his victory Tuesday night in Baltimore

Incumbent Rep. Kweisi Mfume gives a thumbs up as he celebrates his victory

Incumbent Rep. Kweisi Mfume gives a thumbs up as he celebrates his victory

Mfume was in the seat before an after the late Rep. Elijah Cummings who passed away October 2019. 

'I want to thank all of the people from Baltimore City, Baltimore County and Howard County for continuing to put their support in this campaign,' Mfume said in his victory speech. 

The 7th District, which has not elected a Republican candidate to the U.S. House of Representatives in nearly 70 years. 

Cummings held the seat for 23 years. repeatedly attacked Cummings before his death in October 2019, and

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