Washington Post writes about the shift of focus from social issues to ones like gas and energy, as Congressional Republicans attempt to push a temporary highway bill. The WG’s David Winston states that the GOP needs to approach it from an economic standpoint:
So long as Republicans can connect the gas price issue to the broader economy, they have an edge over Democrats, particularly because voters appear to favor a two-pronged approach of more drilling now and pushing for alternative energy sources for the future, Winston said. “There’s a much more realistic sense of we’ve got to meet present energy needs.”
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