On this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour, Federalist Western Correspondent Tristan Justice signs up with Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky to review what he learnt more about the state of the GOP from the Republican Governors Association yearly meeting in Phoenix previously this month.

” It’s vital to keep in mind that all these various states have various problems to operate on, however education and learning is truly at the centerpiece of the society battle, and also Republicans, I believe, would certainly be a good idea to adhere to the design of Glenn Younkin as well as embrace this problem as well as come to be champs for children’ education and learning. Once more, they have various other concerns to run on as well,” Justice stated.

Other concerns that the GOP prepares to harness in the 2022 midterms consist of migration, rising cost of living, as well as power prices.

” Republicans should stress much more regarding guvs than anything else following year, taking into consideration simply exactly how simply exactly how the pandemic highlighted exactly how crucial it is to preserve these governorships,” Justice claimed.

Read Justice’s send off “Youngkin’s Win Bolsters GOP Optimism, But Did Governors Learn?” right here

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Resource: Will GOP Governors Engage The Culture War Enough To Keep States Red?

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