By: Aaron Cummings
Most of the College Republicans that I’ve spoken to have confidence in the president and the issues are usually associated with constitutionalism and economics.
Fiscal conservatives are very transparent about their concern for taxes and the economy in the future. Trump’s business background has always been his strongest attribute specially when comparing the two candidates.
Constitutionalists and libertarians can find common ground with Trump’s stances on legislation. A Biden administration is ultimately a Kamala Harris presidency and her views are more unreliable.
In terms of Big Tech, conservatives have constantly asked for an answer to Silicon Valley. The last few months have been beneficial to everyone on social media. Misinformation can be reduced which would help voters have all the facts and become more educated.
Employment can be the biggest asset going into the President’s second term. After the pandemic, businesses in California have been opening up regardless of Governor Newsom’s regulations and Trump can play a key role in reviving job numbers back to their original place before 2020.
America First is a popular political movement where white, black, and hispanic zoomers and millennials are becoming a p a l e o c o n s e r v a t i v e generation.