mid-term elections

The Virginia Blueprint

By on December 14, 2021
The Virginia Blueprint

by TOM DAVIS

Elections are about the future, and Glenn Youngkin epitomized a post-Trump party and post-COVID governance. It also provides Republicans with a plan to run on in 2022.

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A View from the Front Lines: The Battle for the House 2022

By on December 14, 2021
A View from the Front Lines: The Battle for the House 2022

by PARKER POLING

Republicans need to continue their strong fundraising and develop and articulate a message that appeals to the broad middle of the electorate.

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A View from the Front Lines: Battle for the Senate 2022

By on December 14, 2021
A View from the Front Lines: Battle for the Senate 2022

by KEVIN McLAUGHLIN

Republicans have the winds at our back in the quest to take back the Senate majority in 2022 and are well positioned to gain the one seat needed to do so, if not many more.

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Mid-Term Consequences

By on October 26, 2015 with 0 Comments
Mid-Term Consequences

by RICHARD N. BOND

The former Chairman of the RNC assesses the results and the implications for next year.

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Keeping Taxes Low

By on October 21, 2015 with 0 Comments
Keeping Taxes Low

by JENNIFER DUNN

Let’s not turn back the clock on progress that’s been made.

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A Key to Victory for Republicans this Fall

By on October 21, 2015 with 0 Comments
A Key to Victory for Republicans this Fall

by SARAH CHAMBERLAIN RESNICK

We can’t forget about Centrists and Independents

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Q&A With Bill Thomas

By on October 14, 2015 with 0 Comments
Q&A With Bill Thomas

Earlier this year, Congressman Bill Thomas announced his retirement after nearly 30 years in the U.S. House of
Representatives. First elected in 1978, Thomas has served as Chairman of the Ways and Means Committee since 2001. He recently sat down with the Ripon Forum to discuss his experiences in politics and share his thoughts on what the future holds on Capitol Hill – not just in this year’s mid-term elections, but in the years ahead, as well.

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