How Is A City GOP Different And Why Does It Matter?
Republicans are losing the city vote. Once the party of the big city mayor, Republicans now control only three mayoral seats and fewer than roughly 20% of the city council seats in the top 25 most highly populated cities. It’s a trend that doesn’t bode well for the party’s future electoral success, given the tremendous population growth and density in urban centers. This will only worsen, unless Republicans change something. Republicans can win cities by learning about the problem, finding solutions, and implementing them. Join us in our effort to support Republicans running in cities, so America’s cities can have a brighter future!Learn More
Why does it matter? What is different about a city GOP? Why aren’t we winning cities? Learn about our project and why it matters. See More.
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Articles about how Republicans fare in urban areas show why this matters and how Republicans can succeed in cities. Evidence proves the problems. We are working towards the solution. See More.
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