Biden and the party’s elite just don’t want to accept that their messaging and management are turnoffs to a constituency they’ve long taken for granted.
Liz Mair is the founder, president and owner of Mair Strategies LLC, a strategic communications firm established in 2011 that focuses on public affairs work and opposition research overwhelmingly for major corporate and trade association clients. In the past, she has advised Republican candidates, officeholders and committees including the RNC, Carly Fiorina, Rick Perry, Rand Paul, Scott Walker and Roy Blunt on communications. A dual US-UK citizen and recovering debt finance/banking solicitor, Liz has been active in immigration reform, free trade, spending restraint, limited government, tax reform, civil liberties and gay rights advocacy on both sides of the Atlantic, including in her paid work. A Republican, Tory, and avid Arsenal FC supporter, she is based in the New York City area where she lives with her husband, son, and Internet- and cable-TV famous cats.
Love him or loathe him—as the culture warrior-in-chief, the Florida governor keeps improving his odds as a 2024 GOP contender.
Of course Trump didn’t help. That’s a given. But too many Republicans paid no attention to local issues and just tried to coast.
Some Dem techies tried to tie Roy Moore to thousands of faked Russian Twitter accounts. You needn't care about Moore to worry about where this leads.
Sing a hallelujiah chorus or three as the GOP Senate leader allows a vote on a measure that will really help all those Trumpy voters in Kentucky.
Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta, when he was the U.S. attorney in Miami, let serial pedophile Jeffrey Epstein off appallingly easy. This is as open and shut as it gets.
Can’t we just all eat ourselves into a food coma without judgment?
From the 1980s until recently, Republicans were as ubiquitous in the Rockies as Coors. But Tuesday, the Democrats made serious inroads in nearly every state. What’s happened?
A bunch of his stops are in college towns, and ones full of in-state students who overwhelmingly will be registered to vote in the very Senate races Republicans are targeting.
No one benefits from her latest venture back onto the political scene.