Republicans Are the Party Of "Yes"


Saying yes is not something you may associate with the Republican Party. But we actually say yes a lot.

The "Yes" campaign focuses on how the GOP is working for you. We are the party of opportunity — we say yes on jobs, liberty, and a brighter future. Our message is focused outside the beltway because that's what you're focused on. People have had enough of Washington politics.

You will notice this is not your typical political ad and that's on purpose. Starting last Thursday, we are releasing a series of "Yes" videos that are focused on Republican candidates, members, issues and ideas. We want to create content that you enjoy watching — not tune out. 

We also want to include you in future "Yes" videos. What do you say yes on? Tell us below and lets work together to win a Senate majority that says yes on you in 2014.

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Bill Murphy

National Republican Senatorial Committee

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