In recent years, the Republican Party in the United States has seen a significant amount of infighting and financial troubles, particularly in MAGA-dominated state parties. This has led to deep divisions within state Republican leadership, resulting in state-level setbacks that could have sweeping consequences in the coming years. The divisions in MAGA-led Republican state parties have been visible for a while. In many states, tensions between the political establishment and the MAGA wing have been high. This has led to situations where state party chairpersons have been voted out of office, resulting in a lack of leadership and organization at state-level. As a result of this internal strife, many states have failed to build the necessary financial resources to fund operations, or have struggled to raise enough funds. This means that the party lacks the resources needed to engage in voter turnout efforts, organize get-out-the-vote initiatives, and fund other necessary resources. Without these activities, the party is unable to effectively compete in the upcoming elections. In addition, MAGA-wing politicians have increasingly taken control of state Republican parties. This has caused a split between the establishment and MAGA members, leading to a situation where some states are electing officials even though the majority of their party is vehemently opposed. This could result in a further weakening of the party’s power in the future. Finally, this division and lack of resources has also caused infighting between branches of the state level part of the Republican Party. Groups like the GOP’s House Freedom Caucus and the Republican Liberty Caucus are dominated by MAGA-aligned Republicans, which has resulted in conflicts between elected officials and grassroots activists. This has caused the fragmentation of the Republican party, resulting in further losses in elections and a lack of success in advancing their agenda. Overall, it is clear that the MAGA-dominated state Republican parties are facing significant problems. These issues have caused division and financial woes, which could cause the party to decline in the years to come. The Republican Party must address this infighting and financial issues as soon as possible in order to prevent long-term damage to the party’s future.