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Years after Donald Trump’s groundbreaking 2016 victory, we have yet to see the fundamental change within the Republican Party that we need in order to truly reflect the will of the voters. On issues from immigration to infrastructure, Trump stands largely alone in advocating a bold, populist vision for our country. It is time to change that. By assisting activists in taking over the party apparatus and pushing Republicans in Congress to back our President’s agenda, Republicans for National Renewal intends to be at the forefront of that fight.
Common sense restrictions on immigration are essential to preserve economic opportunity in America.
The United States needs to use its bargaining power to negotiate trade deals that prioritize the interests of American workers.
Reform of our regulatory framework has become essential to counter unfair conduct by unaccountable big tech monopolies.
Our country must learn from the mistakes of the last two decades and pursue a more rational foreign policy.
Statewide: U.S. Senate: John Thormann RNR recommends John Thormann. Thormann is running on a platform stressing controlled immigration and has aligned himself closely with President Trump. His main opponent, James Tarantin, is running on a platform that criticizes the...
Recommendations are not endorsements. Endorsements are highlighted in red. Statewide: U.S. Senate: Ron Hanks RNR recommends Ron Hanks, the most populist candidate running and the strongest on immigration. Governor: Greg Lopez RNR recommends Greg Lopez, a bold advocate...
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Republicans for National Renewal strives for a new conservatism that combines traditional conservative values with nationalist and populist ideas just as President Trump did during his groundbreaking 2016 presidential bid.
Rebuilding and repairing roads and bridges to revitalize middle America.
Opposing the globalist push to undermine national sovereignty.
Limiting foreign aid to other countries and reinvesting that money in America.
Protecting your 2nd Amendment right to keep and bear arms.
Reducing the tax burden on Americans while using tax credits to help working families.
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For too long, a small group in our nation’s Capital has reaped the rewards of government while the people have borne the cost.
Washington flourished – but the people did not share in its wealth. Politicians prospered – but the jobs left, and the factories closed. The establishment protected itself, but not the citizens of our country.