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The GOP Group, which is working to elect Republicans at the state level, says the economy continues to focus on voters prior to the midterm elections.

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The Republican National Leadership Commission(RSLC) is a political organization dedicated to electing Republicans to state legislative and administrative positions, and is a major issue for voters. Claims not to be a recent Supreme Court ballot. Bring them to the ballot box with them in the upcoming midterm elections.

In a weekend interview, talking to Fox News Digital, RSLC Communications Director Andrew Romeo outlined the group's mission, with a particular focus on state legislative elections prior to midterm elections. When asked about the Supreme Court's recent ruling to overturn federal protection against the abortiongranted in the Roe v. Wade case and return the matter to the state, Romeo said an internal investigation from RSLC. But as Americans continue to focus their lasers on the economy, they have little or no impact on the midterm elections.

Democratic Party focusing on midterm elections following the abortion ruling

Hundreds of people gathered outside the Supreme Court awaiting the Dobbs ruling.

Hundreds of people gathered outside the Supreme Court awaiting Dobbs' decision. (Joshua Comins / Fox News)

"In reality, it turned out to be less effective," Romeo said. "In reality, Joe Biden and his state alliance Democrats will destroy the economy and be held accountable for the competition between the top and bottom of the ballot in November. What we see is The biggest issue for voters is the economy. They want state-level elected representatives to support Joe Biden's economic policy. "

" The economy is only the most important issue. Instead, our findings show that voters have overwhelming confidence in the Democratic Party in the economy, "he added.

Explanation of specific priority areas by RSLCprior to the midterm elections, Romeo is categorized into specific states according to what is most needed in each region of the country. He said there are "three buckets".

"We are trying to defend the Republican majority where the majority legislature is," he said. "A big state for that is a place like New Hampshire [and] Michigan, Pennsylvania."

Romeo said RSLC would say if the USeconomic situation continued to deteriorate. He said he is boosting racial support in states where a Republican majority can occur. "It's a state like Colorado, where you'll have the opportunity to turn the room over, and Minnesota, where we currently hold the Senate, will be chasing the House this fall," Romeo said.

"I Voted" stickers are seen at a polling station at Rose Hill Elementary School during the midterm primary election on June 21, 2022 in Alexandria, Virginia.

"Vote" stickers can be seen at polling stations At Rosehill Elementary School during the midterm primary elections on June 21, 2022 in Alexandria, Virginia. (Alex Wong / Getty Images)

RSLC also aims to "make some profit in a liberal base," Romeo said. , Described states like Nevada and Maine. Democrats dominate both chambers, but voters who "want to change" are "sick of seeing the legislature imitating Joe Biden's failed economic policy."

"It's important to note that the Republican Party has historically been so powerful at the state legislature level that it has limited election venues, so it's important to note that it's going into this election cycle," Romeo said. Provided additional context. Behind the focus areas of

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Romeo also promoted the Republican6-digit advertising campaignearlier this year and regretted voting for the Biden administration and him. He said he believed the ad was "working."

"In the last few months, we have launched an advertising campaign called the Biden Remorse Advertising Campaign," he said. "Basically, what we're doing is targeting Biden voters in these Democratic states who regret voting for Joe Biden. Their community is no longer safe."

These ads appear in seven Democratic-controlled states: Colorado, Maine, Minnesota, Nevada, New Mexico, New Mexico, and Washington, and voter website I was guided to. Get the latest information from RSLC on how to participate in state legislative races.

Throughout the political spectrum, theDemocratic Legislative Campaign Committee(DLCC) said in a statement shared with Fox News that Americans were in the Supreme Court. Claimed to be "alert". "Declaring an open season about our fundamental rights," an abortion ruling and a state-level Republican politician.

Gabrielle Chew, vice president of communications at DLCC, argued that this issue would affect the next election.

"The court's outdated, politically transparent decisions will deprive women of their right to control their bodies and lead to unnecessary death," Chu said. "This decision addresses radical voice fringe minorities rather than eight in ten Americans who support the legal right to abortion, while opening the door to attacks on the right to contraception and marriage equality.

President Biden speaks during a news conference on the final day of the NATO summit in Madrid, Thursday, June 30, 2022.

President Byden is on the final day Will speak at a press conference on Thursday, June 30, 2022, reporting on the NATO Summit in Madrid.(AP Photo / Susan Walsh)

"State Democrats will have a large number of voters responding to this attack on our freedom in November this year. It decides if and when to have a family. "

Other national election committees, including the Democratic Parliamentary Campaign Committee (DCCC) and the Democratic Senate Campaign Committee (DSCC), have also warned of the impact of the ruling on midterm elections.

"Today's decision dramatically increases stakes in the 2022 elections, ensuring that Americans have the tools they need to put their anger into action." Said Christie Roberts, Executive Director of DSCC.

DCCC Executive Director Tim Persico said the November election stakes "couldn't have been higher."

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Biden's approval is a fierce battle As a Democrat in the state, it continues to plummet, trying to retain or win seats at both the federal and state levels, and to avoid the widespread economic predicament faced by Americans across the country.

In record inflation and petrol prices, Biden, coupled with the rocky withdrawal from Afghanistan and the response to the crisis along the southern border, made Biden his {138 among Americans. } I witnessed a significant drop in approval

Kyle Morris covers Fox News politics. For Twitter: @RealKyleMorris.