Why one key GOP member won’t join his party’s leadership team
POLITICS · MEDIA
April 28, 20223 min read546 words
Published: April 28, 2022  |  3 min read546 words
If Republicans reclaim the majority in the House, there will be opportunities for members to join the GOP leadership team in the chamber. Many expected Rep. Patrick McHenry to be one of the members to move up the ranks. Yesterday, however, the North Carolinian conceded that he’d ...
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Apr 30
Nicely written article that will leave the reader wondering about the state of Congress next year. Content indicates the choices that will be available for the House if the Republicans prevail in 2022 midterms. There is a potential for Congressman McHenry to have more responsibility made available to him than he is currently anticipating.
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May 2
The author acknowledges himself that this article is a bit of "inside baseball", but it's useful context for anyone curious about the level of gridlock Republican leaders are expecting in Washington over the next four years.
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