The latest polls suggest Rubio’s campaign is in trouble.

The Republican nominee is struggling to win over voters after a string of controversial comments he made on race and immigration.

He’s also struggling to attract the support of evangelical Christians.

But one thing Rubio and his allies are not doing well is showing the nation how to run a campaign.

And that’s not a bad thing.

We need to know how to do it.

It’s a lesson for us.

And Rubio is taking it to the next level by showing the country how to win elections.

But first, let’s take a look at the history of the Republican Party.

When it comes to governing, Republicans are no longer an anomaly.

They are the party of Ronald Reagan, Bill Clinton and Ronald Reagan’s son, President Donald Trump.

For many Republicans, Ronald Reagan was a figure of hope and optimism who made the Republican brand more appealing to working-class whites.

Ronald Reagan led the Reagan Revolution, the anti-communist movement and Ronald Reagans famous speech “The Message” in 1976.

He won over voters who believed the party was too left wing.

And, he won over the party’s base by promising to fight for the rights of the middle class and for a new vision for America.

His presidency helped define the party.

As a result, he became the Republican standard-bearer and he won three consecutive elections.

The conservative movement was born in the Reagan era.

It is a movement that has grown with time.

Ronald Regan led the conservative movement in the 1980s, and Reagan’s economic policies created jobs, prosperity and peace.

Ronald Clinton led the liberal wing of the party during the Reagan years, but the party came to resemble the Democratic Party in its liberal policies.

During the Clinton years, the Democratic president, Bill Ayers, fought to keep welfare and health care in place, and he tried to pass a national crime bill.

The Clinton era is often cited as the start of the rise of the Democratic party.

The Democratic Party did not emerge overnight, but Ronald Reagan and the Republicans did.

Ronald Carter and Jimmy Carter, both former presidents, fought for the welfare state.

Ronald Bush led the Republicans during the George W. Bush years, and George W Bush and Ronald Bush are still the leaders of the GOP today.

Ronald Trump and his administration did not start the conservative backlash.

The backlash was sparked by the death of Ronald Reagan.

The first Republican president to be assassinated, Regan was killed in office by President John F. Kennedy in 1961.

The GOP was led by Reagan’s successor, Gerald Ford.

The second Republican president was Jimmy Carter.

Reagan was assassinated in 1981 by former President George H.W. Bush.

Reagan also won reelection in 1976, and the GOP won six consecutive presidential elections from 1980 to 1988.

Reagan’s legacy as the Republican party’s most successful leader remains alive and well.

Ronald Johnson, who served as the third Republican president from 1979 to 1988, won re-election twice.

Ronald Ross, a Republican who was the third president from 1989 to 1991, was elected vice president in 1992.

Ross led the Republican ticket in both 1996 and 2000.

And then, there was Ronald Reagan.

He was the Republican nominee for president in 1984 and 1984 was the GOP nominee for vice president the following year.

Reagan won reams of votes for re-elections, but his election to the White House did not end the Reagan revolution.

The party was still conservative at the time.

As Reagan left office, Ronald Reaughts presidency led to the establishment of the National Security Council and the National Commission on the Causes and Prevention of Terrorism.

Reagan led efforts to roll back civil rights and women’s rights.

Ronald W. Carter was a conservative Republican who campaigned for Ronald Reagan in 1984.

Ronald D. Regan won reelections for President Ronald Reagan again in 1988.

Ronald B. Carter ran again for President Reagan in 1992 and was re-elected in 1996.

The Reagan legacy has endured.

Ronald C. Ford was the fourth Republican president who won relective elections for President George W., Bill, George H., George W’s successor.

In 2000, George W was reelected.

In 2018, President Trump is a Republican.

Donald Trump was the first Republican nominee to win the presidency, and Donald Trump won reëlection for President Donald J. Trump.

Republicans won a third term in 2020.

The third time Ronald Reagan won a presidential election, it was to win reelection to the presidency.

Reagan had won reelection four times before, and Republicans won three of those victories.

The fourth time Ronald Reynolds presidency was the most successful Republican presidency.

Reynard Reagan won reelection twice for President Jimmy Carter and the third time for Vice President George HW Bush.

Ronald Donald Regan ran for reëlective election in 1976 and won again in 1978.

Ronald Richard Regan, the fourth President Ronald Reign Reagan won his second reëlected reëvote in 1978 and won the presidency again in 1984