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GOP 2.0 is both a book and a movement that unites people around a common view of civility and freedom. GOP 2.0 puts policy over politics. It aspires to make Americans great. It's about Geoff Duncan's "P.E.T. Project," reviving the party with conservative Policies, genuine Empathy, and a respectful Tone. "I'm not the only conservative in America who wakes up wishing the past months were just a bad dream. I'm not the lone Republican who feels in my gut that our party is following the wrong path. And I'm not alone in believing there's a better way forward." As Lt. Governor of the State of Georgia, Geoff Duncan never expected to find himself in the national spotlight - or in the crosshairs of the President of the United States. Then the 2020 Election and its aftermath brought the nation's attention to Georgia. Amidst a hurricane of conspiracy and misinformation, Duncan spoke up for truth, conservative values, and the Republican Party he knows. Duncan had a front row seat as Georgia endured a long nightmare of fraud allegations, Presidential coercion, a dual runoff that flipped the U.S. Senate, and election reform that sparked national protests. He called for reason and principle even as Donald Trump viciously attacked him. He fought for "the silenced majority," current or former Republicans who yearn for a party that can reclaim lost ground and leave behind the politics of dishonesty, disorder, and division. GOP 2.0 is Geoff Duncan's vision, forged by his unexpected struggle for the party's future. In his words, "GOP 2.0 is not a new party - it's a better direction for our Republican Party." In this refreshing and reinvigorating new book, a leader who has been through the fire lays out a better way forward, one that lifts up reasoned ideas, expands the party, and positions the GOP to win back the White House in 2024.
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