“Braley voted for a massive tax increase on Iowans making as little as $42,000 a year.” — Ad by the National Republican Senatorial Committee, attacking Rep. Bruce Braley (D), candidate for the U.S. Senate, arguing that he is “too extreme for Iowa.” This ad caught The Fact Checker’s attention because the citation for the line […]
A political ad aired by the National Republican Congressional Committee is being called out by many as racist.
On Sunday’s airing of CNN’s “State of the Union,” host Candy Crowley confronted Democratic National Committee chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz over an ad aimed at Colorado Republican U.S. Senate hopeful Cory Gardner, which according to Crowley would be considered to be extremist rhetoric. Show More Summary
Former Chairman of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, Chuck Schumer (D. NY), and current Vice Chairman for Finance of the National Republican Senatorial Committee, Rob Portman (R. OH), both appeared on "Meet the Press" this morning to predict the outcome of the 2014 midterms: SEN. Show More Summary
Sunday on CNN's "State of the Union," Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus and Democratic National Committee chairwoman Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL) started off talking over each other and that ended up leading to a screaming match over a frustrated "State of the Union" host Candy Crowley. Show More Summary
If the GOP wins the Senate majority, there will be high-fives all around. But one Republican in particular should get deserved recognition: Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus. Recall what dire straits the party apparatus was in when he arrived. Fundraising had fallen off the cliff. The outgoing chairman had been a gaffe machine, and charges […]
Former Republican National Committee Chairman Ed Gillespie needs more help from the Republican party's Victory 365 ground game to defeat incumbent Senator Mark Warner (D-VA) in next month's election, despite good reviews in the conservative...Show More Summary
Former Republican National Committee chairman Michael Steele is criticizing a political advertisement that the National Republican Congressional Committee is running in support of Republican Congressman Lee Terry of Nebraska. Appearing on The Round Up with Steve Kornacki, Mr. Show More Summary
Consider this sentence: "Former Republican National Committee Chairman Ed Gillespie takes the political risk of championing a middle-class-friendly, comprehensive health-care reform as an alternative to President Obama's Affordable Care Act." Think on it for a bit. Show More Summary
The National Republican Senatorial Committee is pouring $6 million more into the North Carolina Senate race.
The National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) just announced its decision to send $1.45 million to Georgia to purchase television ads for David Perdue. According to The Hill: The National Republican Senatorial Committee is increasing...Show More Summary
The White House’s campaign using emojis to communicate with young people is either awesome or stupid, depending on your political affiliation or hormone balance but the Republican National Committee responded to it in perhaps the best way possible.
Washington, DC – The Democratic National Committee and Republican National Committee today released the following statement after the Federal Election Commission agreed the party committees may establish convention committees that can raise federal funds under separate limits, solely to finance expenses for their 2016 nominating conventions. Show More Summary
The Republican National Committee is running a series of election ads aimed at young women. And as we all know, what women love more than anything is semi-scripted reality TV about romance and weddings. That's why, says "Daily Show"Show More Summary
Two days after the 2014 midterm elections, National Republican Senatorial Committee executive director Rob Collins and his counterpart at the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee Guy Cecil will come together to discuss what justShow More Summary
Republican Terri Lynn Land with John McCain Leading Off: • MI-Sen: Despite the way the cycle's shaped up, the first Senate campaign committee to cry "Uncle!" is actually the NRSC. Republicans are cutting an $850,000 TV ad reservation for the final two weeks of the election in Michigan, where they'd been trying to help Terri Lynn Land. Show More Summary
The National Republican Senatorial Committee has pulled more than $800,000 in television advertising spending that was planned for the last two weeks of the race to fill an open Senate seat from Michigan.
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Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus today reiterated the GOP's opposition to marriage equality and blasted the Supreme Court for its decision yesterday to let stand lower court rulings that found bans on same-sex marriage in Utah, Oklahoma, Virginia, Indiana...
Last week, the College Republican National Committee (CRNC) released a set of six ads targeting young women who will vote in gubernatorial races this Election Day. The ads, which parody the hit reality TV show, Say Yes to the Dress, have been criticized for being patronizing and sexist. Show More Summary