VIDEO: Henry Olsen on Campaigns 2022 and 2024


November 9, 2021 | C-SPAN - Washington Journal


On November 9, 2021, EPPC Senior Fellow Henry Olsen joined C-SPAN’s Washington Journal to discuss recent elections and what the results mean for Republicans in 2022 and 2024.

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