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Topic - Rob Mccoy
Prominent Republicans see no evidence that their party's electoral successes have advanced the cause of limited government and moral governance.
"I think the party can be big enough to allow people who don't all agree on every issue," he told the Reagan Library audience.
He added that some Californians might be drawn to his brand of libertarian politics even though he may be more conservative than they are on social issues.