It has been a rough couple of weeks for Republicans trying to win over a swath of the GOP base.
They lost a primary and lost the election.
They haven’t won a state or won a congressional seat in a decade.
And yet, with their support for President Donald Trump and the GOP Congress and their efforts to keep control of the federal government, the GOP is on track to win back control of Congress.
The strategy isn’t flawless.
It doesn’t fix all of the ills of the party’s politics, which are deep and complicated.
But it’s a good start.
Here’s a rundown of the key challenges for the GOP: ●The party’s new strategy is the first to acknowledge that it is no longer the party of Reaganism.
This means embracing the economic populism of President Trump and embracing the populism of Vice President Mike Pence, which has been seen in its most extreme form in the fight over healthcare reform and a new tax on corporations and the wealthy.
The GOP also has a long history of trying to connect to voters who are not just angry about their problems, but who also believe that the party has failed them economically and politically.
The Trump-Pence approach to the party, on the other hand, is focused on winning elections.
This means embracing a platform that includes many of the ideas and policies of the Trump administration, but is also far more populist and anti-establishment than any of the policies of former President Barack Obama, the party establishment and the Trump White House.
And it means acknowledging that the GOP needs to change to appeal to the middle class, which is a core constituency of the Republican Party.
“I think that a lot of Republicans, at least in some areas, are going to have to make the difficult decision to accept Trumpism, or face a backlash from the base,” said Steve Stivers, the co-founder of the conservative think tank American Crossroads.
“And if they don’t, they will have a lot more trouble winning over moderates and independents and Republicans who are looking for more of a populist agenda.”
The new strategy can help to broaden the party base by making clear that it does not represent the traditional Republican base.
Democrats say they are seeing an influx of middle-class voters.
At the same time, the Trump strategy is focused more on winning back congressional seats, which have been lost to the Democratic Party in midterm elections and where the party could have a chance to take back the House and Senate in 2018.
Trump is also trying to capitalize on an issue that has been gaining steam on the left and is likely to become a big issue in the 2020 presidential election.
This year’s redistricting has given Republicans control of several key districts, including in Alabama and Georgia.
That gives the party a chance at re-establishing a foothold in some of the most conservative states in the country.
But this is not a panacea.
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee has already put out a new ad highlighting the need for a “populist” agenda that would include a tax on Wall Street speculation, an end to the Affordable Care Act’s mandate for people to purchase insurance and a ban on executive bonuses.
The Republican strategy is a big change.
It’s not a complete repudiation of Reaganite populism.
It has elements of it.
But the goal is to make clear that the Republicans are serious about winning back the middle classes and winning back Congress.
A Trump-backed strategy is more populist than the Obama administration’s Democrats want it to be.
Republicans are not as bold as Democrats in embracing the populist vision that has drawn support from Sanders supporters, who are more liberal than Republicans.
They’re not as enthusiastic about their tax plan, which they say is too progressive.
But the Republican strategy also offers a path forward to win the White House and the Senate.
If the GOP wants to stay in power, it will have to be willing to go to the voters.
It can’t afford to go the easy way.
The party will have much more to lose in 2020 if the party continues to lose seats to Democrats.
I am a Republican, and I don’t think that is the right path for the Republican party.
We are going in the wrong direction.
In the end, the Republican team’s new campaign strategy is likely the most important factor in the party winning back control in 2020.
It is the kind of strategy that can help the party regain the confidence and support of the electorate, which will help the Republican brand in 2020 and in 2020 after, and help the GOP recapture the House, Senate and, potentially, the presidency in 2020, 2024 and beyond.