Will that be the same for the other 9 GOP members who voted impeach, or does her rank as #3 make this more of an issue? Would you expect the other 9 to talk to their constituents about their actions? Surely the short timescales prevented this?
(Genuine question here, I have learnt a lot from your postings)
Let me explain this to you in simple Limey.
She gambled that her vote would attract more GOP Reps to impeach Trump and look like a hero. The vote tallies suggest she in fact guessed wrong. Only 10 GOP reps voted to impeach the party largely held.
So not only did she buck the party line which is a no go as a member of leadership, but she also didn't take her constituents views into account when she made this choice. Which tends to cause some raw feelings from the people that put her in office. Her personal feud is her own, but she should have kept that separate from representing her state. So now she might be forced out of her leadership position or voted out in two years. A very unwise gamble when Trump only has a week left in office.
You left getting troops into the Capitol for the first time since the ACW outLets not all get negative, consider the achievements of President Trump;
He lost the majority in the house for the republicans,
He lost the majority in the senate for the republicans,
He lost the presidency for the republicans,
He was responsible for incitement of an insurrection resulting in the storming of the Capitol,
He is the only sitting President to be impeached TWICE, with more votes for impeachement than any other impeached President.