Reihan recently explored why “Republicans have a much greater need to expand their coalition than Democrats”:

In a number of so-called New South states, for example, the rising Latino share of the electorate is occurring alongside an increase in the African-American share of the electorate. Given the fact that the African-American electorate tends to strongly favor Democratic candidates, there is a distinct possibility that a number of states now considered reliably Republican, such as Georgia, might become competitive in the not-too-distant future.

Read Reihan at The Agenda blog at National Review and over at Reuters Opinion. His previous videos are here and here. “Ask Anything” archive, here.