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Steve Lonegan: The Face of the "New" GOP

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Published on Aug 13, 2013

With New Jersey's Senate race now entering the general election phase before the special election in October, the spotlight turns to Republican nominee Steve Lonegan as the face of the GOP rebrand. In perhaps the most prescient statement of his campaign, Lonegan predicted that his race would set the tone for the 2014 election cycle. As the Republican Senate nominee in a state that voted for Barack Obama, Lonegan's candidacy is an indication of what voters can expect from the implementation of the RNC's post-2012 autopsy.

Rather than acknowledge Republicans' shortcomings broadening their appeal to voters who have been turned off by their extreme rhetoric, Lonegan and Republicans are doubling down on the same policies that voters rejected. With Steve Lonegan as the current face of the rebranded GOP, it is clear that nothing has changed.

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