GOP Vows To Reach Out To Gays, Minorities, Women

Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus on Monday released a comprehensive report that pledged big changes to broaden the party by attracting minorities, gays and women, but he faces skepticism from those who fear the party is shifting away from its conservative roots.

Republican political consultant Ford O'Connell said the party is serious about making big changes before the next presidential election. Otherwise, the GOP faces being shut out of the White House for eight more years, especially if Hillary Clinton runs on the Democratic ticket.

"Republicans are really reading the tea leaves," O'Connell said. "This change is truly out of necessity."

Read more from Susan Ferrechico at The Washington Examiner

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