11 Principles for American Renewal
These are what Republicans campaigned on during the 2020 Election. While President Trump was not reelected for a second term, these principles remain the bedrock of the Republican Party and were favorably responded to in congressional and senate races across the country.
Constitution - Our Constitution should be preserved, valued, and honored.
Economy – We need to start growing America’s economy instead of Washington’s economy so that hard-working Americans see better wages and more opportunity.
Budget – We need to pass a Balanced Budget Amendment to the Constitution, make government more efficient, and leave the next generation with opportunity, not debt.
Health Care – We need to start over with real healthcare reform that puts patients and their doctors in charge, not unelected bureaucrats in Washington.
Veterans – Our veterans have earned our respect and gratitude, and no veteran should have to wait in line for months or years just to see a doctor.
Security – Keeping America safe and strong requires a strong military, growing the economy, energy independence, and secure borders.
Education – Every child should have an equal opportunity to get a great education; no parent should be forced to send their child to a failing school.
Poverty – The best anti-poverty program is a strong family and a good job, so our focus should be on getting people out of poverty by lifting up all people and helping them find work.
Values – Our country should value the traditions of family, life, religious liberty, and hard work.
Energy – We should make America energy independent by encouraging investment in domestic energy, lowering prices, and creating jobs at home.
Immigration – We need an immigration system that secures our borders, upholds the law, and boosts our economy.
Source: Republican National Committee, www.gop.com/principles-for-American-renewal