Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal’s name surfaced repeatedly over the course of the weekend’s National Review Institute Summit in Washington D.C., so it was only appropriate that the governor himself gave the final address on Sunday afternoon.
Conservatives discussed the future of the Republican Party at a panel discussion Friday at the American Enterprise Institute.
In 2008, Artur Davis spoke at the Democratic National Convention. Four years of Obama and he endorsed the Republican nominee and was given a speaking slot at the Republican National Convention. Here are five more Democrats who changed their minds.
Former colleagues describe Davis’ rejection of Obama as ‘transparent opportunism.’
After more than eight years as a Democratic legislator, former Alabama Rep. Artur Davis will officially switch to the GOP, the Hill reports.