Repairing the Republican Brand
With the inauguration and the new Congress, Washington is a Democratic town. The 2008 election showed great public dissatisfaction with the GOP. As the loyal opposition, the Republican Party begins this week to think about its future. How can it appeal to an increasingly diverse American electorate? Should we become more moderate or more conservative? Who will its standard bearers be for the future? What can the 2008 election teach Republicans and all political observers about the future of American politics? In his first appearance since the 2008 campaign, Douglas Holtz-Eakin, chief economic and policy advisor for the McCain for President campaign, reflects upon the 2008 election and the lessons its teaches for the future. Come join us.