Republican consultant Karl Rove thinks Georgia Republicans need to be more like their Texas counterparts.
In a May 18 speech at Georgia’s GOP state convention, Rove said Republicans have “got to get outside of our comfort zone and go places Republicans are not comfortable going,” according to a transcript provided to us by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. “And we’ve got to get candidates who represent the diversity of our country,” Rove said.
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Statement: ‘In Texas we get 40 percent of the Latino vote on average.’