The Republican National Committee's plans for the 2014 midterm election went far beyond taking full control of Congress - they were also to put in motion a massive technology push aimed at capturing the White House in 2016.
The Republican National Committee is launching an aggressive program to train staffers and volunteers as part of a larger effort to step up its ground game after the 2012 election.
The last two Republican presidential nominees aren’t happy about how the next one will be selected. Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and Sen. John McCain are criticizing the Republican National Committee and the TV networks hosting the first two GOP primary debates this summer for setting limits on participation. Under rules adopted by Fox News…
Jon Ward, Yahoo Politics: The Republican National Committee's data arm last year called it a "historic" occasion when it struck a deal to share voter information with the Koch brothers' rapidly expanding political empire. It was an uneasy...Show More Summary
Last year, the Republican National Committee announced it was joining forces with the Koch brothers’ operation to create a massive, nationwide voter database, allowing conservative candidates across the nation to tap into the database...
“The Republican National Committee is currently in a heated dispute with the Koch brothers-backed Freedom Partners over data — not just any data, mind you, but voter data, the lifeblood of political campaigns. Election cycle after election cycle, political organizations [...]
The Koch Brothers, long the go-to enemy for Democrats incensed over the role of money in politics, have a new enemy: the Republican National Committee.
Every Voice: The massive political network of the billionaire Koch brothers has made a surprising new enemy: The Republican National Committee (RNC). “The RNC is now openly arguing, however, that the Kochs’ political operation is trying to control the Republican Party’s master … Continue reading ?
The Republican National Committee’s data arm last year called it a “historic” occasion when it struck a deal to share voter information with the Koch brothers’ rapidly expanding political empire.
I noted yesterday that New Hampshire Republicans had sent a letter of protest to Fox News and the Republican National Committee about the use of national poll standings to qualify...
The Republican Party may end up with protracted, divisive political theater this year despite the Republican National Committee's efforts to avoid one. Party officials, media organizations and candidates are having a raucous debate about the debates, raising the broader question: What is the point of having the debates in the first place?
An open letter sent Wednesday by dozens of New Hampshire GOP leaders calls on the Republican National Committee to change the participation criteria for the party's first presidential primary debate in August – in no small part to defend the Granite State’s “solemn duty” in the nomination process. “As you know, the First in the Nation New Hampshire […]
The Republican National Committee’s 2016 Straw Poll features 19 announced or anticipated presidential candidates. Just Thursday, Rick Perry officially threw his hat in the ring, and Jeb Bush announced he will formally launch his bid on June 15. The Democratic National Committee’s web page features...
Fox host Steve Doocy parroted a Republican National Committee (RNC) attack on Hillary Clinton's voting rights proposals, without disclosing the source. In a June 4 speech at Texas Southern University, a historically black college, Hillary...Show More Summary
The billionaire businessman Ronald O. Perelman has emerged on the national finance committee list rolled out by Lindsey Graham, the South Carolina senator seeking the Republican nomination for president.
They’ve just about given up trying at this point. Even #dickwhisperer has taken notice. The press release went out last week: “Reince Priebus, chairman of the Republican National Committee, will participate in a panel discussion luncheon in celebration of Black Music Month on Monday, June 1st, in Washington, D.C.” The event was called “A Republican [Read more...]
Bill Scher, Politico: The Republican National Committee triumphantly seized control of the debates last year, saying it would not allow a repeat of 2012, when "the liberal media interrogated our candidates on issues that were often not a priority to most Americans.... Show More Summary
To call attention to the various controversies involving Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's finances, the Republican National Committee created a series of infographics comparing her personal fortune to the wealth of...Show More Summary
Rightest Man in Politics Bill Kristol was peeved Wednesday morning at the Republican National Committee for limiting the number of GOP candidates in the initial debate.
Though Clinton’s campaign team said they were not required to include the company on her financial disclosure reports, Republican National Committee Reince Priebus demanded an explanation for the business in a statement issued after the Associated Press story was published. … Continued