The Daily Caller's Alex Pappas introduces us to the Republican National Committee's plan to revive the GOP's fortunes:
Citing the never-ending debates during the 2012 Republican primaries, the committee recommends changes to how the party nominates its presidential candidates, including reducing the number of televised showdowns during the primary season by 50 percent.
And citing how outside Democratic groups successfully dug up dirt on Republican candidates in 2012, the committee suggests that well-funded conservative groups improve their opposition research on Democrats in order “to define our opponents as early as possible in the process.”
A large chunk of the report is dedicated to the changing demographics of the country. “If we want ethnic minority voters to support Republicans, we have to engage them and show our sincerity,” the report states.
David will be writing on this soon. In the meantime, feel free to peruse the report, which can be read below.