Conservatives have to do more, says Bauer

Friday, February 14, 2020
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Chad Groening (OneNewsNow.com)

US Capitol White House money backgroundA conservative activist finds it "very disturbing" that Democrats raised a record amount of money last month to help Adam Schiff, Jerry Nadler, and Nancy Pelosi maintain their grip on the House of Representatives.

The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) reportedly raked in more than $12 million last month -- the largest January haul in its history. Republican leaders in Congress are voicing their concerns that the DCCC has repeatedly outpaced its GOP counterpart, the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC), in fundraising.

Republicans have often relied on the Republican National Committee to bolster their re-election efforts.

Gary Bauer of the Campaign for Working Families says the Democrats will be able to dominate the airwaves in key congressional races.

"That is very disturbing because it means that it's going to be a challenge for the Republicans to get back the House of Representatives," he tells OneNewsNow. "And it means that the Senate could be in jeopardy because there's more Republicans running in swing states than there are Democrats running in swing states."

Bauer, Gary (American Values)Bauer adds that no one who supports President Trump or conservative candidates should think this will be a clear victory year.

"Every single person out there has got to do more than just go to rallies and do more than just donate to the president," he insists. "They're going to have to volunteer. They're going to have to talk to their own family members."

"If everyone would just convert one other voter, we could have a situation in January of next year where we can really make the kind of lasting changes that will indeed make the country great again," Bauer concludes.

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