Republican Gov. Brian Kemp of Georgia stated on Monday that the Republican Party should concentrate on themes that are relevant to people. Kemp said it is crucial for Republicans to pick a contender who is capable of winning the 2024 presidential election.
Kemp Wants a Strong Candidate
Kemp outlined the requirements for receiving his backing while addressing the media at a Marietta, Georgia, anti-human trafficking conference. Kemp hasn’t officially backed a candidate for president of the United States, but he previously ruled out his own potential candidacy.
According to Kemp, he is looking to back someone who can actually win. In his opinion, if someone can’t win, they also can’t lead a country. The Georgia governor said they must first explain to others what it is they do.
He feels one of the most important lessons learned from campaigning is winners do not just compare themselves with each other’s rivals; they remind people about what they stand for and what they plan to do.
During this legislative period, Georgia achieved all of that and Kemp believes the public is grateful for it.
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The governor also underlined the need for contenders to articulate their future plans, particularly with regard to how they would handle the inflation problem. To assist people with getting through inflation, Kemp said leaders need to discuss their plans.
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Kemp’s comments resemble those he delivered to a gathering of national Republican leaders throughout the weekend.
He urged them to put the 2020 election allegations behind them in what appeared to be a criticism of former President Trump and his baseless claims that the 2016 presidential election was rigged.
Leave the Past Alone
Kemp stated as much during the RNC conference in Nashville, Tennessee, as reported by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Not even one swing voter is going to vote for the Republican nominee, should they decide to discuss the 2020 election being corrupt or stolen.