Anyone can be unseated or win an election in today's world. No one can consider themselves safe in today's political environment, especially when there are rumors about unfair treatment against one candidate in favor over the other. Wasserman Schultz, who is actively involved in the Hilary Clinton's campaign, and who has been recently linked to scandal concerning Bernie Sanders, can be unseated.
Yes, Debbie Wasserman Schultz can be unseated. Wasserman Schultz is not enough of a household name that she is above someone defeating her. Any contender who gets a significant amount of press and has a good platform has a chance to unseat Wasserman Schultz. Thus, Wasserman Schultz can be unseated.
Canova's support comes from inside the Bernie Sanders campaign and much of his message is similar to that put forward by the presidential hopeful. If he can harness the mood of the campaign and jump on issues such as Wasserman Schultz's support for payday lenders then it is entirely possible he can galvanise enough energy to take her seat.
Tim Canova's attempt to win the primary against incumbent Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz stands a good chance of succeeding. Despite also being the Democratic National Committee Chairwoman, she has a host of problems. These include a perception of putting the national party ahead of her constituents and Canova has won the endorsements of two unions.