US House Republicans to unveil ‘Commitment to America’

House Minority leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., is backed by supporters as he speaks at Don's Machine Shop in West Pittston, Pa. Thursday, Sept. 1, 2022. (Sean McKeag/The Citizens' Voice via AP)

WASHINGTON, D.C. — House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) will formally unveil a four-part “Commitment to America” in Pittsburgh on Sept. 19 to tell voters nationwide why they should vote for Republicans — not just against Democrats — in November, Axios reported. 

The new document aims to give Republicans a unified message in the final stretch before November. The four themes are: 

An economy that is strong” focusing on inflation, high gas prices, supply chain issues and competition with China; “A nation that is safe” with a focus on crime and immigration; “A future that is free” with freedom in education, health, and speech; and “A government that is accountable” emphasizing oversight and investigations into the Biden administration.