That’s the word in “Washington Whispers”:
With public and internal polls showing the likelihood of a huge Republican voter swing in the fall, party officials are now testing the need for and the issues that would be included in an election agenda like the 1994 Contract With America.
One of the key findings by party officials quizzing the public so far: Voters would like a list of changes the Republicans would bring if installed as the majority in the House or Senate or both. “There would be a market” for a new contract, says a top official.
The issues and themes will include cutting the deficit, the size of the government, limiting spending, and boosting liberty and the military. They’re apparently looking outside DC for some ideas (wow … there’s a novel idea).
Here’s your chance … any suggestions?