What Do Republican Voters Want in a President?

What Do Republican Voters Want in a President?

"conservatives expect to see changes in the way that laws are changing to influence things like immigration, abortion and same sex marriage."

The Iowa vote is around the corner and that means that Republican voters are set and ready to cast their vote for who they think should be the candidate of choice to go up against Obama. But, what do these voters really want? As a Republican voter, what you are looking for the next president to offer to you as you move towards the new year? For many people, the needs are very similar on both sides of the aisle but how they accomplish those goals will be important.

Republicans want a great number of things to change in the coming years in government. As a rule of the game, Republicans tend to be far more conservative and that often means that they want smaller government roles in businesses. They want bigger opportunities for businesses to grow and flourish, knowing that private sector business is what moves the country and the economy.

Many Republicans are out of a job this voting season and that will, beyond a doubt, influence where people vote. The economy is not good and this will influence where many voters are actually going to vote. Voters also want budget cuts and a balanced budget. Too much government spending is a big problem here. More so, conservatives expect to see changes in the way that laws are changing to influence things like immigration, abortion and same sex marriage.

As a Republican, what do you want to see the candidates offer to you? What promises are you looking for that will influence the way you vote? Iowan voters are sure to make their message heard loud and clear.