Written by Michael Sussman for BuzzFeed News The 2016 presidential election is about to get much, much worse for the Republican Party.
The GOP has lost control of both houses of Congress, has lost two seats in the Senate, and lost the governorship of Wisconsin.
But this year, the GOP has found a silver lining.
The Republican Party is actually in a better position than ever to take on the Democrats.
Here are 10 things you should know about the 2016 presidential campaign.
THE REPUBLICANS WERE NOT THE ONLY TEAM IN CHARGE: Since the midterms, the Republican National Committee and the party have been fighting for more control over the party.
The RNC wants to change the rules of the nomination process so that it can take control of the party, and the Trump campaign has called for more direct influence.
Republicans also want to make the party more accountable for its candidates, and they’re trying to get their base to sign onto the party’s platform.
The fight over the nomination was a big one for the GOP.
Republicans lost their majority in both houses, and Trump lost a majority of delegates.
Now, Democrats are still controlling the House of Representatives, and control of statehouses in a few states.
But they have a lot of work to do to turn this into a winning coalition.
Republicans need to make their party more responsive to the needs of the people, but they also need to build on the successes of the past few years.
THERE ARE MORE DEMOCRATS IN THE GOP BATTLEGROUND: The GOP is in a unique position to be able to make some of these changes, said Steve Schale, a former Republican strategist who worked for President George W. Bush and has advised House members.
There are fewer Republicans than Democrats in the Republican caucus, which means they have more leverage to change policies.
The House is where the big battles are fought.
The Senate is where a majority goes to die, and Republicans can use their control of that chamber to get legislation through.
Schale said there are also more Republicans in the party now than there were just four years ago.
There have been big shifts in how the party is perceived, and that’s a key to the Democrats’ success.
THE RACIAL RELATIONSHIP IS THE LARGEST FACTOR IN THE 2016 ELECTION: There is a generational divide within the GOP that’s been growing for decades.
It was also the biggest factor in the 2016 election.
The younger voters who voted for Trump in the primaries are now more liberal than their parents were.
They have been more politically engaged, and this year they’re looking for a Republican to make policies that will help them.
They’re also more likely to be Republicans who don’t hold a degree from a college or university, Schale pointed out.
And Trump won with the youngest voters in the country.
Trump won the white vote, and those who voted the most Republican voted more than those who supported Democrats.
The white voters who supported Trump are now younger than the next generation of voters, and are more likely than their predecessors to be white.
TRUMP AND THE OTHER DEMOCRAGES ARE BULLYING IN THE HOUSE: There’s a real race for control of Congress in the House.
It’s up to the Republican-led House majority to get to 218 seats.
Republicans have a narrow majority in the chamber, but that’s only a problem if they want to pass a tax cut, a health care bill, or any other bill that Democrats oppose.
So Republicans have to get more than just their votes to pass their agenda, Schales said.
They need to pass bills that will be supported by Democrats in both chambers.
THE GOP CAN HOST INDEPENDENT DEMOCRIATS, BUT NOT THE MEDIA: The Republicans are going to need to do more than they’ve done so far to get the House and Senate to pass laws that support their agenda.
Republicans are using their power in the legislature to push through policies that would help the wealthy.
The most popular of those policies is a proposal to give tax cuts to the very wealthy.
It would mean a tax break for the top 1% of Americans.
It also would mean an increase in the amount of money that corporations and the wealthy would be able give to campaigns.
The idea of a “carried interest” loophole is also an issue that has been a point of contention between the parties.
If the House does pass a bill that would benefit wealthy individuals and corporations, the Senate will likely have to pass the legislation, and then Republicans will have to convince their conservative senators to pass it. 6.
THE MEDIOCRACY MISSION OF THE GOP WILL BE OVERWHELMED: The Trump administration has taken a hardline stance against the media.
But that stance has led to some big media fights between Trump and his press secretary Sean Spicer.
The Trump White House has been very careful not to engage in