In recent political history, the United States has been engulfed in the politics of opposition. Rather than campaigning on their own merits, each party has traditionally pointed out the opposition’s flaws. This episode’s guest, the former political director for the Republican National Committee, Gentry Collins, explains that the 2018 midterms were no different.
In our discussion we delve into how the US can move past the politics of opposition to a more substantive politics. We cover the messages and strategies Republicans and Democrats need to bring into 2020 to ensure their success.
Thank you to to Mike, Julie, and Tiana for becoming $15 per month Patrons! Additionally, thank you to Scott and Michelle for their tremendous $10 per month support! … More Ep. 48: Escaping the Politics of Opposition with Gentry Collins
Republicans are recovering from what was a very successful election for Democrats. Despite winning an additional two seats in the United States Senate, Republicans lost at least 39 seats in the United States House of Representatives and hundreds of seats in state legislatures across the country.
Luis Alvarado is the co-founder of GROW Elect Political Action Committee, where he specializes in getting Latino Republicans elected to municipal offices.
Today he joins us on Bills to discuss what went wrong for Republicans in 2018. Our conversation ranges from Latino voting patterns in national elections to the multiple successful municipal campaigns Luis worked on this year. … More Ep. 47: 2018 Midterm Recap: What Happened, Republicans? Interview with Luis Alvarado
Luke Scorziell speaks with several conservative students to learn about their experience contributing to classroom discussions. Stay tuned for further reporting on the topic. … More Ep. 46: The Silent Conservatives at the University of Southern California