Ripon Society Holds 2022 Election Preview with the Executive Directors of the NRCC & NRSC

By on May 31, 2022 in Featured News, News

WASHINGTON, DC — As states across the country hold their primary elections and choose their candidates for Congress, The Ripon Society held a luncheon discussion last Wednesday with the top strategists charged with the task of winning back both the House and Senate for Republicans in November.

The strategists were Jackie Schutz Zeckman, who serves as the Executive Director of the National Republican Senatorial Committee, and John Billings, who serves as the Executive Director of the National Republican Congressional Committee. In their remarks the pair shared their thoughts on the current political landscape across the country and the key messages Republicans will be focusing on as they hit the campaign trail this fall.

“If one believes the polls, Republicans are well-positioned to retake the House and Senate this year,” stated Jim Conzelman, the President & CEO of The Ripon Society. “It’s easy to understand why. From unchecked inflation to the tragic and troubling rise in violent crime, the American people are facing a host of pressing challenges. We appreciate Jackie and John for joining us to discuss not only how these challenges may impact the election, but why the ability of Republicans to provide solutions to these challenges will be critical to their electoral success this fall.”

“From unchecked inflation to the tragic and troubling rise in violent crime, the American people are facing a host of pressing challenges.”

According to Conzelman, last week’s meeting was attended by a crowd of over 60 people and was the 19th event The Ripon Society has held so far in 2022. He added that The Ripon Society will host another discussion next week with Japan’s Ambassador to the U.S, Koji Tomita, and U.S. Reps. Adrian Smith (R-NE) and Suzan DelBene (D-WA), which will focus on the relationship between the U.S. and Japan and discuss how cooperation between our two countries helps ensure economic prosperity, peace, and stability in the Pacific region.

The Ripon Society is a public policy organization that was founded in 1962 and takes its name from the town where the Republican Party was born in 1854 – Ripon, Wisconsin. One of the main goals of The Ripon Society is to promote the ideas and principles that have made America great and contributed to the GOP’s success. These ideas include keeping our nation secure, keeping taxes low and having a federal government that is smaller, smarter and more accountable to the people.

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