GOP Rep. Will Hurd On The Future Of The Republican Party

An excerpt from Galen Druke’s recent conversation with Congressman Will Hurd of Texas on the FiveThirtyEight Politics podcast.
0:45 | 07/31/20

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As a Republican Party we have to sort of appealing too poor to barter groups of people and and if we Jones. In and also with the Republican Party doesn't start looking like America. We're not gonna have. A Republican Party in America. And and I'm a firm believer that I'm having to a strong two party system. And a competition of ideas is what needs if you think I'd make hobby disagree with you on this notion of driving out the base vs appealing to the middle. I think most people in the political class thing driving up the base is a way to go. But I have learned and I have been successful. In races that nobody thought I can win by appealing to a brought a group of people and that's a strategy that needs to be and he's been accepted.

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