“Sure, lobbyists can have lots of debates over drinks at The Monocle about what’s in the Republican health care agenda,” said John Murray, who worked for former Republican Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va.). “But it’s not what this election is about.”
An ABC News/Ipsos poll conducted last week showed that the inflation (21 percent) and the economy (19 percent) were top of mind for voters in the midterms, followed by gun violence (17 percent) and abortion (12 percent).
“It’s good to develop policies for a governing majority … but this election is a referendum on the Biden administration and the progressive left’s control of Congress,” said Murray, who now works for lobbying and public affairs firm Monument Advocacy.
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