The tea party is back in the news.
And while the tea partiers may have lost the White House, they’ve been winning at the ballot box.
And as a result, the party is facing a new challenge.
In the 2018 midterm elections, the tea parties picked up seats in both houses of Congress and in state legislatures across the country.
They picked up victories in states like Arizona, California, Florida, Kansas, Michigan, Montana, New Hampshire, New Jersey, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Texas, and Washington.
While they didn’t pick up an outright majority, they won control of legislatures in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
The tea partier movement has won victories in every single state except Alabama, where they didn’s seat in the House.
And it has won significant victories in races that could be important to the Republican Party going forward.
This was no small feat.
In recent elections, they have won over 60% of the vote in the Republican primary in several states, and they have captured nearly 50% of votes in primaries for House seats in several other states.
In 2018, the Tea Party also made major gains in the national primary, taking over the Republican nomination in Arizona and gaining seats in Texas, Georgia, Louisiana, and South Carolina.
The Tea Party has also won major victories in primaries in the South.
In Florida, they picked up a seat in Congress, as well as a state legislature in Georgia.
In Kentucky, the group picked up two seats in the Senate, including one in the governor’s mansion.
In Montana, they also picked up their first seat in power.
And they also won the right to form their own state legislatures in Arkansas, Missouri, Oklahoma and South Dakota.
As a result of their victories in the primaries, the groups now control more than half of the Republican presidential primary votes.
But they are also on track to pick up a large number of Senate seats, which is the next major challenge to the GOP in the coming years.
The Republican Party needs to get serious about winning back control of the House and Senate, which are the two most important legislative bodies in the country, and to move beyond its failure to govern the country in the last few decades.
They need to do more to attract voters who are not just Tea Partiers but also other Republican voters.
They have to do a better job of communicating to voters that the GOP is more inclusive than the Democrats.
They must show more willingness to work with the President, as opposed to being the one to break bread with him.
They also need to take a hard look at how to build the party, not the party of Lincoln, Reagan, and Bush.
And finally, the Democrats have to move past their failures in recent elections and understand the party needs to move to the center.
This is what a great party is supposed to do.
And that is the kind of message the Tea Partier movement needs to be sending to the Democratic Party.
They can’t do this by playing the politics of division.
It’s time to turn the page on their failure.
That’s what they need to focus on right now.
As the president prepares to leave office, he will have a lot of time to look at the Republican failures and the Democratic failures.
It will be interesting to see what he and the Republicans do about it.
But one thing is certain: The Tea Parties will continue to win at the polls and they will continue picking up seats, and at the national level, the Republican party will continue its slide.
The American people are going to be watching.
And what is going to happen when they finally get to the polls?
The question is not whether they will win, it is whether they can do what it takes to turn things around in America and regain power for the country and the people.