Two Democrats voted against moving the impeachment process forward.
Collin Peterson MN 07. His district voted for Trump by just under 30 points. In 2012, he won election by more than 80,000 votes. More than 20,000 in 2014. More than 15,000 in 2016. More than 10,000 in 2018. This is a Republican district with a Democratic Congress where Donald Trump is viewed favorably.
Jeff Van Drew NJ 02. His district voted for Trump by 5 points. In 2012, the Republican won election to Congress by 50,000 votes. By 40,000 votes in 2014. By 65,000 votes in 2018. Democrat Jeff Van Drew won by less than 15,000 votes in 2018.
Collin Peterson won’t draw any primary opponents because of his impeachment vote? Will Jeff Van Drew? He might. He is not likely to lose a primary. He could lose a general election, though. If primary opponent supporters stay home. If he has a stronger opponent in 2020 than he had in 2018.