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Putting the spotlight on the Republican Party
Tuesday, July 23 2013
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Democracy Corps is announcing a new initiative -- the Republican Party Project -- by releasing results from the project's first national survey. 

The President and Democrats won big in 2012 but Republicans now set the terms of the debate -- governing from the gerrymandered House and half the states where they have complete control over the governorships and state legislatures.  But instead of moving to the center, brokering compromise, and working with Democrats, the Republican Party has moved dramatically to the right and endangered itself as a national party -- yet pundits are convinced the party will pay no price for having little national appeal.

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