Victoria County political party leaders will continue to occupy opposing ideologies when President-elect-Biden is inaugurated on Wednesday, but they remain hopeful the political divide will improve.
The past four years have been a whirlwind of emotions for both parties in the United States, but the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden marks the next chapter. For local leaders, the divide between parties has never been wider.
“It’s a sinkhole,” said Pat Tally, Democratic county chairperson.
“The (parties) are more different than they have been in a long time,” said Bill Pozzi, Republican county chairman.
Tally first noticed this during George Bush’s presidency in the 2000s, which she says stands in stark contrast to the present, she said.
“We didn’t like Bush, but it wasn’t a total insult to say it… People just kept being friends or talking…
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