Outreach and Get Out The Vote
In developing the Growth and Opportunity Project‘s Autopsy of the 2012 election (pdf), the Republican National Committee correctly identified the reason for the party’s loss, but failed to recommend a coherent strategy to reverse it.
President Obama won by defining his opponent in a negative way, and marrying modern technology with old-fashioned boots on the ground. Republicans can do those things even better than he did, but doing so will require radically reforming the party.
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Republicans Oppose Obamacare and the War on Women
A Republican National Convention delegate has fought back against the ongoing “War on Women” mantra of the Left by inserting into her party’s platform language highlighting the absurdity of the entire idea. The platform also includes most of FreedomWorks activists’ main agenda. Sharee Langenstein of Illinois authored the amendment to the party’s platform: “Through Obamacare, the Obama Administration has promoted the notion of abortion as healthcare. We, | Read More »
I Should Not Have Had to Go to Texas
I first heard Ted Cruz speak in Atlanta at the first RedState Gathering. As much as Marco Rubio or Nikki Haley, Cruz was impressive even then. I casually monitored his campaign for Attorney General and then Senator, marveling at his consistent ability to defend and articulate conservative ideas. America needs Mr. Cruz in the Senate, and the only question for me was how much of | Read More »
Republican Nomination in IL-13
Illinois Republican Party officials will vote May 19 replace the retiring Congressman Tim Johnson on the November ballot in Illinois’ 13th District. Four candidates competing for the nomination gathered at a forum Saturday. Party Chairmen in the district will have to choose between two candidates who focus on what the country needs and two others who focus on winning, no matter what they have to | Read More »