WASHINGTON, September 23 (CNNBreakingNews.net) — Republicans in The US House of Representatives on Friday presented an agenda based on aims to address a range of priorities from inflation and crime to election accountability, which they hope will give them the upper hand against Democrats in the midterm elections on November 8.
The agenda, called “Commitment to America,” is intended to show voters how Republicans would address issues they accuse about President Joe Biden and the Democrats, if they manage to win a majority in the House of Representatives.
Elements of the plan, which lawmakers worked out for months, appeared online on Thursday.
Much of the agenda included policy goals such as curbing wasteful spending, supporting US troops, and Accommodation of parents. responsible for the education of their children, the protection of the unborn and the preservation of women’s sport for those whose gender assigned at birth was female.
With regard to crime, the agenda aims to get 200,000 more police officers on the streets with federal funding for recruitment bonuses and customer loyalty.
The agenda also included a variety of investigations on topics such as fentany addiction, the origins of COVID-19 and big tech “censorship,” the Withdrawal of the USA and Afghanistan, “politicization” of the Department of Justice and the border crisis.
The plan, however, included few details and little detail about how Republicans would expect to achieve their goals, while The White House — and possibly the Senate — remain in Democratic hands.
Control of the Senate will be available in November. Republicans, however, are preferred by bipartisan election analysts to wipe out the majority of Democrats in the 221-212 House of Representatives. This would give them the power to block Biden’s legislative agenda and launch potentially politically damaging investigations against his government.
The fate of the Democrats has improved in recent weeks. A national cnnbreakingnews.net/IPSOS poll that closed on September 12 found that 37% of Americans would prefer to vote for a Democratic congressional candidate, with 34% favoring Republicans and 15% still undecided.
Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer, the Chamber’s top Democrat, has contempt for the looming agenda on Thursday Thrown warning that Republicans only wanted to ban abortion nationwide, cut Medicare and Social Security, and raise taxes for working Americans.