Republican Gov. Sam Brownback of Kansas called on conservatives Thursday to insert some more energy into the national political debate with the country being as divided as it is.
"You gotta match the energy of the left with the energy from the right," Brownback said during a panel discussion with three other Republican governors at CPAC. "We gotta have good energy moving forward, we've gotta be passionate about what we stand for, we've gotta push, and push aggressively.
"There's a lot of motivation out there, and you've gotta match that side to side."
Brownback's remark occurs around 6:00 into the video.
A month into President Donald Trump's term, liberals are making their voices heard across the nation. They've confronted Republican lawmakers at town hall meetings, a practice that might have ties to former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and liberal billionaire donor George Soros.
Before being sworn in as Kansas governor in 2011, Brownback served in the House (1995-1996) and the Senate (1996-2011).
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