The Republican National Committee is launching a new board to review the disappointing results of the 2022 midterm elections.
Republicans took the House but failed to take the Senate, even though multiple polls suggested that they would.
Conservative voters across the country were less than pleased with the outcome.
Breitbart News reports:
RNC Launches Review of Lousy GOP Midterm Results
The Republican National Committee (RNC) has gathered an array of influential Republicans to review the Republican Party’s lackluster midterm election performance.
The RNC announced Tuesday it will review the party’s performance by launching a “Republican Party Advisory Council” to analyze why Republicans failed to achieve what was perceived to be an incoming red wave.
Those asked to be on the review board are some of the most prominent conservative minds, including former President Donald Trump’s former White House adviser Kellyanne Conway, former Arizona Senate candidate Blake Masters, and conservative attorney and RNC committeewoman Harmeet Dhillon.
The review will likely be concluded and published in the early part of 2023, just before the 2024 presidential campaign season kicks into gear.
RNC chair Ronna McDaniel, the niece of failed presidential candidate Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT), said she assembled a “diverse” council to “chart a winning course in the years to come.”
“As we assess the midterms and plan for 2024, we are gathering a diverse range of respected leaders in our movement to join together and help chart a winning course in the years to come,” she said in a statement to Politico. “I am thrilled that this talented group of Republicans will be shoulder to shoulder with us as we work to grow our party, hold Democrats accountable, and elect Republicans.”
It’s a good thing that they’re doing this.
NEW: The RNC is launching a review of the party’s performance in the midterm election and bringing on a team of outside advisers to help guide strategy, as the GOP reckons with its disappointing performance in the election.https://t.co/DY9DxHHBFm
— Alex Isenstadt (@politicoalex) November 29, 2022
Perhaps a change in leadership is in order.