Rep. Jim Banks (R-IN), the new chairman of the Republican Study Committee, says the Republican Party must work on behalf of ordinary Americans in order to win future elections.
In an interview with The Hill, Banks outlined a populist-nationalist agenda for the Republican Study Committee that centers around aiding its constituents: America’s working and lower-middle class.
“And that is this broader theme of appealing to working-class voters. It’s related to drawing from the lessons of the last four years: how you rebuild manufacturing jobs in America, putting American workers first in trade deals and immigration policy. Those are areas where the Republican Study Committee has not been as involved in before. And I want to lead us to take an active role and articulating where the conservative movement stands and where we go now after the 2020 election.” [Emphasis added]
“If we’re going to win the