The Biden effect: GOP starts linking down-ballot Democrats to an increasingly unpopular president
A new TV ad by a pro-GOP group that backs party candidates running in state legislative elections is going where Republicans have been hesitant to go until recent weeks: President Biden.
in the 2018 elections, there’s a history of the minority party and their allies targeting a first-term president their ads."There’s still a long way to go until next year’s midterms but the growing political parallels for the Democrats between President Obama’s and President Biden’s first terms are hard to ignore," longtime GOP consultant Brian Walsh argued."In both instances, they campaigned as a moderate but then pursued a very partisan and liberal political agenda once in office that ultimately backfired for their party in the midterms."
Walsh, a former top strategist for GOP Sen. John Cornyn of Texas who also served as National Republican Senatorial Committee communications director during the 2010 and 2012 cycles, forecast that"there’s no question that House and Senate Democrats running in battleground races are going to be much more hesitant to hitch themselves to President Biden in the way that they might have nine months ago."
CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APPBut Democratic operative and strategist Chris Moyer argued that"the thought that tying vulnerable candidates to President Biden is going to work in the long term seems like a little bit of a risky bet. I think there’s a sense that it may have been a rough few weeks for President Biden. But I think folks have known who Joe Biden is for a long time and he’s going to have a chance to right the ship and he’s taking a lot of actions to do that already." headtopics.com
Moyer, a veteran of the 2016presidential campaign and Sen. Cory Booker’s bid for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination, predicted that"the decision to try to tie candidates to the president may not look so good in hindsight, a few months down the road."
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Sham audit backfires on Arizona GOP, Biden won by a wider marginTrump had told people the Arizona audit 'could undo' the 2020 presidential election. That was bonkers at the time; it's much worse now. MaddowBlog nice MaddowBlog MaddowBlog You really want to convince people that dementia joe won!🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣so much for the arcaic operation mocking bird! 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣
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