Republicans’ First Goal: Win Back Voters’ Trust in Washington

Voters sent a crucial message in last week’s midterms: They want change. Unfortunately, President Obama and Democrats didn’t seem to be listening. They’re already advocating the same tired agenda and maintaining the same leadership that developed it. It wasn’t always clear that the Republican Party would properly interpret the results either. After all, it’s difficult…
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President Obama is Already Acting as if the Midterms Never Happened

Following the 2010 midterms, when Republicans made historic gains in the House of Representatives, President Obama admitted it was a “shellacking.” He also vowed to work with the new Republican majority, acknowledging that Americans don’t want them “to spend the next two years fighting the political battles of the last two years.” Of course, neither…
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A Historic Night for GOP Creates a Historic Opportunity for Change

The ingredients were present for a big Republican night. Fundraising was strong, the national mood favored Republicans, President Obama was becoming more unpopular by the day, but most importantly, our candidates were incredible. They were stronger, more positive, more versed in the issues, and inspired more confidence than their Democrat counterparts. Nevertheless, you can’t take…
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The Final Countdown

It’s the beginning of the end of the campaign season and boy have we come a long way. Following the 2012 elections the GOP recognized the need for change. As Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus said in a blistering post-election assessment: “There’s no one reason we lost. Our message was weak; our grand game…
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Polling Shows Republicans Have Work Left to Do to Secure the Senate Majority

The countdown clock to the midterm elections has officially begun. As of today, there are 97 days until voters will flock to the booth to cast their ballot in crucial Senate races across the country. And while things are looking up for Republicans, it’s no time to get complacent. As incoming House Majority Leader Kevin…
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The Political Map is Shrinking and Many Democratic Candidates Are Being Left Off

The playing field for Democrats continues to shrink. In January it was reported that Democrats were conceding the idea of retaking the House in order to focus their energy and resources on the Senate. POLITICO reported: “With Democrats’ grasp on the Senate increasingly tenuous — and the House all but beyond reach — some top…
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Republicans Recapture Momentum in Run-Up to Midterms

Democrats’ midterm hopes are floundering following one of the worst six-month spans in political history. “Whoa there,” I can hear you saying through my computer screen. Sure, it isn’t exactly rainbows and unicorns in the White House, but isn’t it a little hyperbolic to call this “one of the worst” runs a president has ever…
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