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The Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Dallas, Texas kicks off on Thursday with an eye on November’s midterm elections as the world’s “largest and most influential gathering” of conservatives plans to focus on the future.
“I think the first question is, how big is this big red wave going to be if you want to be a part of it? And the second piece is when Republicans get power, what do we expect of them? And I know President Biden or Kamala Harris will be the president, but there are key strategic decisions for a new Republican majority, even if it’s just in the House that they need to make now or be thinking about now,” American Conservative Union chairman Matt Schlapp told Fox News Digital.
“I know Kevin McCarthy, Jim Jordan and others are thinking about it, but I think that conversation is also a public…