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Proxy Voting in the House in 2021

By on January 27, 2022 in Featured News, News
Proxy Voting in the House in 2021

WASHINGTON, DC — Today The Ripon Society released an analysis of every proxy vote cast in the first session of the 117th Congress, looking at how a Member’s party, seniority, and geographic location affects their likelihood of voting by proxy.

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“No one party has a monopoly on good ideas. No one party has a monopoly on being good human beings.”

By on January 26, 2022 in Featured News, News
“No one party has a monopoly on good ideas. No one party has a monopoly on being good human beings.”

WASHINGTON, DC — The Ripon Society held a virtual discussion this past Thursday with the two Co-Chairs of the bipartisan Problem Solvers Caucus, U.S. Reps. Brian Fitzpatrick (R-PA-1) and Josh Gottheimer (D-NJ-5).

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“Our hospitals are under an enormous strain.”

By on January 13, 2022 in Featured News, News
“Our hospitals are under an enormous strain.”

WASHINGTON, DC — In remarks to The Ripon Society, U.S. Rep. Fred Upton discussed the impact of the omicron variant on Michigan and the effort he is spearheading to craft a follow-up to the 21st Century Cures Act.

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“We have an opportunity as Republicans to be the go-to party of practical solutions.”

By on January 10, 2022 in Featured News
“We have an opportunity as Republicans to be the go-to party of practical solutions.”

WASHINGTON, DC – In remarks this past Thursday before a virtual meeting of The Ripon Society, U.S. Sen. Todd Young (R-IN) expressed optimism about Republican prospects in 2022.

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“THE VIRGINIA BLUEPRINT” – Ripon Forum Examines Glenn Youngkin’s Victory & What It Means for the GOP

By on December 15, 2021 in Featured News, News
“THE VIRGINIA BLUEPRINT” – Ripon Forum Examines Glenn Youngkin’s Victory & What It Means for the GOP

WASHINGTON, DC — With the mid-term elections less than a year away, the latest edition of The Ripon Forum examines the road ahead for Republicans and some of the key challenges facing both political parties heading into 2022.

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Ripon Society & Franklin Center Honor the “Unsung Heroes of Capitol Hill” with 10th Annual Bipartisan Luncheon

By on December 10, 2021 in Featured News, News
Ripon Society & Franklin Center Honor the “Unsung Heroes of Capitol Hill” with 10th Annual Bipartisan Luncheon

WASHINGTON, DC — The Ripon Society and Franklin Center for Global Policy Exchange held their 10th annual bipartisan luncheon today honoring the Schedulers and Executive Assistants in the U.S. House and the U.S. Senate.

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Goeas Predicts GOP Takeover of the House in 2022 – and Possibly the Senate

By on December 8, 2021 in Featured News, News
Goeas Predicts GOP Takeover of the House in 2022 – and Possibly the Senate

WASHINGTON, DC — In a preview presentation of The Ripon Society’s 6th Annual National Survey, Veteran strategist Ed Goeas said he expected Republicans to regain control of at least one chamber of Congress next year.

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Ripon Society Releases Results of 6th Annual National Survey

By on December 7, 2021 in Featured News, News
Ripon Society Releases Results of 6th Annual National Survey

WASHINGTON, DC – With the mid-terms less than a year away, the latest polll by The Ripon Society finds that Republicans have a clear advantage on the issues, but neither party has captured a majority of the electorate’s trust.

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Walorski Pushes Plan to Provide Americans with Paid Family Leave and Affordable Child Care

By on December 2, 2021 in Featured News, News
Walorski Pushes Plan to Provide Americans with Paid Family Leave and Affordable Child Care

WASHINGTON, DC — U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski spoke to The Ripon Society about inflation and how rising prices are pinching people’s pocketbooks and a plan she is pushing that would provide working Americans with some relief.

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“We need to be out there shaping the rules, opening the markets, and leveling the playing field — there is no better place to start than the U.K.”

By on November 22, 2021 in Featured News, News
“We need to be out there shaping the rules, opening the markets, and leveling the playing field — there is no better place to start than the U.K.”

WASHINGTON, DC – This past Thursday, The Ripon Society held a breakfast discussion focusing on trade with British Ambassador to the U.S. Karen Pierce, U.S. Senator Rob Portman (R-OH), and U.S. Rep. Kevin Brady (TX-8).

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