How to WIN the GOP primaries.
Here are 5 simple steps to winning in 2018.
Don’t get discouraged.
The primary is still just months away, and a lot of these contests will be decided by mail.
That means you’ll need to be confident that you’re not being overwhelmed by too many people, and that you have the necessary time and resources to get your message across.
You’ll also want to be willing to fight for your views and vote for the candidate you think will best represent them.
And if you don’t believe you’re strong enough to win, you can always go back and make a second run.
The same goes for Democrats.
Focus on issues.
It’s not just about the economy.
You need to focus on issues that are affecting your community.
This means you can focus on the issues that matter to you, like immigration, the environment, and the economy, to name a few.
Use social media.
It can be easy to get bogged down in all the memes, and it’s good to have something to laugh about when you have a hard time talking to the world.
But if you can’t find time to do your social media work, make a habit of going to your local library and reading a book or two, or even a magazine.
Get out of your comfort zone.
In the meantime, keep your eye on what’s happening in the news and in politics.
When it comes to issues like immigration and gun control, it’s time to fight back.
You can even use your platform to advocate for your own views on some of the issues.
Keep it simple.
If you’re running for the White House in 2018, the first step is to focus exclusively on the presidential race.
But the second step is also important.
If, for example, you’re the nominee of a party that’s looking for someone to run against, you’ll want to focus all of your time on your primary run.
You won’t be able to go around the country speaking to voters, so focus on what you’re passionate about.
Don, the winner.