Thursday, April 2, 2015
Minority outreach
Conservatives Attend CPAC

At CPAC, Republicans Grapple With Low Support Among Minorities

How should conservatives reach out to “non-traditional” (read: non-white) Republican voters? Just tell them that because they have a lower life expectancy than whites, they should care less about Social Security and vote with the party that cares more about protecting personal wealth than earned benefits. That’s the advice that Elroy Sailor — CEO of J.C. […]

March 6, 2014
Tim Scott

Could Tim Scott’s Election In 2014 Spur Re-Alignment Of Minority Voters To GOP?

By Jamie Self, The State (Colombia, South Carolina) COLUMBIA, S.C. — Strom Thurmond’s 1964 switch to the Republican Party helped make the GOP in vogue in South Carolina, prompting white conservatives to flock to the Grand Old Party. Now, Senator Tim Scott, the state’s first African-American senator, could help expand the party again, attracting minority […]

February 17, 2014