Republican Leader Presents GOP Unity as Necessary to Win 2022 Midterms

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The power of Congress is up for grabs next November. Right now, the Democrat Party narrowly maintains control of both the Senate and the House of Representatives. Both congressional bodies are ripe for the picking; however, between district changes, retiring House Democrats, and other factors, the GOP is widely expected to regain the House majority. 

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Republicans aren’t leaving this up to chance or good luck, though. In fact, congressional GOP leaders are hard at work to ensure that the Republican Party is back in the majority after next year’s congressional races. 

On Sunday, GOP Leader Kevin McCarthy spoke to Fox News about a critical factor necessary for Republicans to win the 2022 midterm elections. 

A Unified Republican Party

When the House Minority Leader spoke to Fox News over the weekend, he explained that the Republican Party must unify before the midterms. McCarthy then noted that ahead of the upcoming midterms, Democrats are ruining America via energy destruction, a peril-stricken Southern border, the destruction of jobs, etc. 

Unity in the GOP deals with not just the Republican base, but also the House GOP leadership. Amid Republicans’ moves to oust Rep. Liz Cheney, McCarthy reiterated that having a House conference chair that projects the right messaging is critical for the midterms.

This remark from McCarthy comes amid the GOP’s growing frustration with Cheney’s statements about former President Trump and her overall attitude in general. Many Republicans in the House believe that Cheney is not focused on unifying the GOP or preparing for next year’s midterm elections. 

McCarthy finally confirmed that this week, House Republicans will vote on whether or not to remove Cheney from her role as the GOP House conference chairwoman. 

More on the 2022 Midterm Races

In preparation for the midterms, GOP congressional bodies are already honing in on swing districts and other areas that are vital to bringing home some wins next November. 

Republicans furthermore believe that Democrats are largely on defense, due to the policies they’ve chosen to get behind. Packing the Supreme Court, for instance, is a measure that remains highly unpopular amongst Republicans and Independents; yet, at least a significant portion of the Democrat Party is behind it. 

This week and the House GOP vote regarding Cheney’s future as a leader will have significant impacts on unity in the Republican Party. 

What do you think about GOP Leader Kevin McCarthy’s commentary on unity? Let us know in the comments section below. 

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