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2016 and Beyond Featured on Morning Joe


Whit Ayres joined Morning Joe this morning to discuss the new Resurgent Republic imprint 2016 and Beyond and demographic challenges facing Republicans.


A Daunting Demographic Challenge for the GOP in 2016

By Whit Ayres | Wall Street Journal
March 5, 2015

Republicans stand a slim chance of winning the presidency in 2016—unless they nominate a transformational candidate who can broaden the GOP’s appeal. That assertion may seem incongruous after Republican triumphs in 2014. But success in 2014 no more indicates the outcome of the 2016 election than victory in 2010 foretold the winner in

No Perfect Political Weapon

By Charlie Cook | National Journal
April 10, 2014

Anyone who knows me well knows I am usually eyeing the oven for the next fresh batch of in-depth public-opinion data from Democracy Corps, a partnership between legendary Democratic strategists Stan Greenberg and James Carville that just celebrated its 15th anniversary.

Can Democrats change the politics of health care?

By Dan Balz | Washington Post
April 5, 2014

The debate over the Affordable Care Act has entered a new stage, one that will challenge Republicans and Democrats alike. But the burden still falls more heavily on the Democrats to show that the law can become something other than a political weight on vulnerable incumbents this year.

Obama less popular than Obamacare

By Caroline May | The Daily Caller
April 3, 2014

A new survey of likely voters finds that President Obama is now less popular than one of his most partisan accomplishments, Obamacare.

NPR Poll Finds Obamacare Woes Portend GOP 'Midterm Wave'

By Noah Rothman | Mediaite
April 3, 2014

Last week, leading Democratic pollster Celinda Lake warned her fellow Democrats to ignore the pundits advising vulnerable incumbent Democrats to embrace the Affordable Care Act.

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