Minnesota GOP Works on Marketing

 

 

This week the Republican National Committee released its report on the party’s performance in the 2012 Election.  The “Growth and Opportunity Project” concluded that the GOP is performing well on the state level, winning gubernatorial races around the country.  But on the national level the party suffers from what amounts to a marketing problem and is not reaching some of the largest and fastest growing groups of voters.

Minnesota Republican Party chairman Pat Shortridge issued a statement endorsing the report.  He talked with KFAI’s Mike Fischbein on The Morning Blend.

 

 

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