House Republicans Looking To Shape a Positive Identity
Want to be seen as the "alternative party" in midterm elections
CAMBRIDGE, Md. – House Republicans are at a turning point.
A majority of them, having spent five years in opposition to President Obama — inviting Democrats to tag them as obstructive — are now intent on shaping a positive identity as the "alternative party" for voters in November's midterm elections.
This is a significant shift and a big risk.