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Winning Back the Suburbs

By on February 19, 2019
Winning Back the Suburbs

by SARAH CHAMBERLAIN RESNICK

The ongoing “war” between the White House and the media has created an increasingly toxic political environment that has turned off many suburban and moderate voters.

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Building a More Diverse GOP

By on February 19, 2019
Building a More Diverse GOP

by CAM SAVAGE

There is a crisis in Washington among Republicans that has been ignored over the last few election cycles. Republican women make up just 6% of the House GOP Conference and are just 12% of the total number of women in the House.

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A Final Post-Mortem on the 2018 Mid-Terms

By on February 19, 2019
A Final Post-Mortem on the 2018 Mid-Terms

by TOM DAVIS

Perhaps the least discussed, but probably the most important change, in the 2018 election dynamics was the huge Democratic spending advantage in Congressional races.

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People Matter, and it’s Time for Washington to Lead

By on December 17, 2018
People Matter, and it’s Time for Washington to Lead

by KRISTIN OLSEN

As the New Year begins, I urge Congress and the President to hit reset and begin giving their constituents the leadership America deserves.

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The Party of Results in the Age of Rhetoric

By on December 17, 2018
The Party of Results in the Age of Rhetoric

by LESLIE RUTLEDGE

Voters know that America is moving in the right direction with a booming economy, lower taxes for hardworking families and respect for our great nation around the globe.

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A View from Dubuque, Iowa

By on October 23, 2018
A View from Dubuque, Iowa

by CHRISTOPHER B. BUDZISZ

“The current picture of Iowa and Dubuque is that it is not yet firmly Trump Country,” reports the Professor from Loras College and the Director of the Loras College Poll.

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A View from Northampton County

By on October 23, 2018
A View from Northampton County

by CHRISTOPHER P. BORICK

“Nothstein’s allegiance to Trump appears to be more of a burden than a boost as the mid-terms draw near,” writes the Muhlenberg College Professor about the local GOP candidate for Congress.

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A View from Trumbull County, Ohio

By on October 23, 2018
A View from Trumbull County, Ohio

by ADAM FULLER

“Trump’s single greatest achievement is his tearing up of NAFTA,” writes the Professor from Youngstown State University.

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A View from Macomb County

By on October 23, 2018
A View from Macomb County

by DAVID A. DULIO & JOHN S. KLEMANSKI

“Macomb residents are sticking with President Trump,” write the professors from Oakland University in Michigan.

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A View from Kenosha County

By on October 23, 2018
A View from Kenosha County

by ARTHUR I. CYR

“Kenosha County reflects both traditional Democratic Party roots and recent Republican strength,” writes the Professor & Director of the Clausen Center for World Business at Carthage College.

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