In November, voters in Massachusetts elected a Democratic Governor-- a stark change from Republican Mitt Romney. What state Party activists are focused on now is attracting new members to the GOP by putting their main focus on the basic principles of the Republican Party-- fiscal conservatism and lower taxes.
What is taking place at the state level is what should be expected to be seen on the national scene. If the GOP hopes to regain the trust and support of the American people and thereby regain control of the nation's agenda, over the next year and a half we must build a strong grassroots network and prove to voters that it is the ideals of small government and fiscal responsibility that will provide solutions to many of the problems we face today.
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