The Dust Has Settled on the 2022 Midterm: 4 Lessons

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from Grassroots Pulse,

The 2022 midterm election occurred in the middle of an undeniably bad year for Democrats. Inflation, a looming war, and an endless pandemic all caused President Biden’s popularity levels to tank. For many political analysts, this provided Republicans with an unprecedented opportunity to flip the political table.

And yet, the highly-announced “red wave” failed to materialize.

Here are four lessons the Republican Party can draw from 2022’s midterm election.
1. Mail-In and Early Votes Now Matter More

2. Staffing is an Investment, not an Expenditure

3. Field and Online Efforts Must Be Coordinated

4. Information can Turn Voters into Seats

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