Republican Madison Cawthorn ELECTED As Youngest Member Of Congress

( Republican candidate Madison Cawthorn, the young outsider who beat the president’s preferred candidate in the primary race, was elected on Tuesday night. He will become the youngest member of Congress in the United States, taking that title from far-left socialist congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio=Cortez.

Cawthorn, who is paralyzed from the waist down, became a star in the Republican Party when he gave a speech at the Republican National Convention. At the end of the speech, Cawthorn stood from his wheelchair with the support of two assistants.

Announcing his victory on Twitter, Cawthorn said, “Cry more, lib.”

Well…he is the youngest member of Congress!

“From the bottom of my heart, Thank you,” he said. “All glory goes to God and I am excited to serve each and every member of this district. Thank you!”

Cawthorn won the 11th Congressional District of North Carolina, filling the seat formerly held by Republican Representative Mark Meadows, who has since become President Donald Trump’s chief of staff. The Republican candidate saw off a challenge from 62-year-old retired United States Air Force Colonel Moe Davis.

“The voters have spoken and while I’m disappointed, I respect their decision,” Davis said in response to the loss.

Cawthorn’s story is an inspiration to many Republicans. He was paralyzed in a near-fatal accident when traveling in an SUV with his friends. They were on their way home from taking a trip to Florida for Spring Break in 2014 when his friend, who was driving, fell asleep at the wheel. The vehicle hit a concrete road barrier.