JACKSON, Miss.–As the Republican National Committee summer meetings start up in Boston this week the GOP is looking for party unity, among other things.
“It’s the most important thing ahead of us…it’s literally the most important thing from a state standpoint and a national standpoint,” said Miss. GOP Chairman Joe Nosef Tuesday at a media sit-down.
He stated that even if lawmakers in the Republican party don’t agree with everything their GOP counterparts do, it’s still better than the alternative of having a Democrat in office whether it be in Mississippi or nationally.
“Nobody is impressed by what they perceive to be arguing for the sake of arguing,”
It’s been widely recognized the President Obama ran a good campaign to get elected to his second-term and the the GOP has to pull together in a number of different ways moving forward Nosef admitted.
He pointed out that Republicans in the state were able to come together the last few years and accomplish a lot of goals whether it be education in the last legislative session or not allowing Medicaid to be expanding while still authorizing it.