Former Trump Adviser: Republicans Must Learn To Vote Early

(Tea Party PAC) – More than 1.8 million people cast votes before the Tuesday runoff election in the state of Georgia between incumbent Democrat Sen. Raphael Warnock and his GOP challenger, Herschel Walker, demonstrating once again that the left have a large, already baked in advantage through early voting. And, according to Dick Morris, if Republicans want to be victorious in future elections, they need to start adopting similar strategies.

According to Michael Katz of Newsmax, Morris, who is a best-selling author, TV host, and a former adviser to both Presidents Bill Clinton and Donald Trump, went on to say during an interview that 51 percent of those who are voting early in the runoff are Democrats while only 39 percent were Republicans.

“So, we’re going into Election Day 223,000 votes behind before the first ballot is cast, and this is a pattern that I’ve noticed throughout the entire country,” Morris went on to say during his appearance on “American Agenda.”

“Morris, the host of Newsmax’s ‘Dick Morris Democracy,’ said in this year’s U.S. Senate race in Pennsylvania, Democrat John Fetterman got 700,000 early votes and Republican Mehmet Oz got less than 100,000,” Katz wrote.

“The problem is Republicans have not learned to vote early,” Morris, author of the bestseller “The Return: Trump’s Big 2024 Comeback,” stated. “They have not absorbed the lesson of the previous elections.”

“I believe we lost a series of these elections not because of mispositioning, not because of Trump fatigue or anything like that, but simply because people won’t come out to vote early,” Morris continued.

In other words, if the Democrats are having major success because of early voting, or by doing the whole absentee ballot thing, it’s like the old saying goes, “if you can’t beat them, join them.” However, Morris issues a warning that if the GOP does employ the use of early voting, they need to use the postal service and not the drop boxes in order to ensure election integrity.

“Mail-in is fine; drop boxes are not,” he remarked. “There was no undercounting of votes in ’20, or ’22 for mail-ins. They were fine. If you are a Republican in a Democratic neighborhood, for God’s sakes, don’t use a drop box. Your ballot will never see the light of day. But a post office box? Absolutely.”

The former two-time presidential adviser then explained that Republicans were so deeply traumatized by the alleged mail-in fraud from the 2020 presidential election that they are terrified to vote by mail, though he says they shouldn’t be.

“Democrats are not winning these elections because they’re better [on political issues],” he added. “They’re winning because they are better at teaching their people how to vote.”

Honestly, he’s right. There are certain strategies that we just have to adapt to at this point if we want to be able to stay competitive with the Democratic Party. It’s unfortunate, but that’s the reality of the situation. We need to adapt and overcome. We do that, we can save this country and maybe, just maybe, swing things back the other way.

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  1. Exactly how does voting early help republicans? Unless they cheat too its still only 1 vote. Frankly Trump & the republicans are finished politically. He should save his time & money & not run again but if he insists on doing so the first thing he should do is fire Dick Morris.


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