Do you Read In? Sign up today and get all the political news you need delivered right to your inbox every day! -- In 2011-2012, top officials at the Republican National Committee privately, and sometimes publicly, seethed at the number of debates in which their presidential candidates participated. Today, after seizing control of the debate […]
In the last two election cycles, whenever Democrats accused Republicans of waging a "war on women," the GOP often cried foul. After the 2012 election, Republican National Committee Chair Reince Priebus said<
Republican National Committee Chair Reince Priebus has a problem: there's no end in sight to the GOP's fertile 2016 field. And where that's concerned, we don't think there can ever be too much of a good thing. On Rand, on Rubio, on Walker...Show More Summary
The Hill reports, “The rapid growth of the GOP presidential field is causing major headaches for party bosses ahead of a primary debate season that begins this summer. The dilemma for Reince Priebus, Republican National Committee (RNC) chairman, is stark: If the declared field grows to 18 or 20 candidates, as now looks plausible, how can […]
First Read: “The shortened nominating calendar: After the party’s 2012 loss, the Republican National Committee decided to shorten its nominating calendar. The logic: The long-ish slog between Mitt Romney and underfunded Rick Santorum didn’t do the party any good, especially [...]
Press Release; Republican National Committee Today we welcome [insert name of new candidate] as the Republican Party's newest candidate for the GOP presidential nomination. Since our founding in 1854 as America's choice to combat the scourge of slavery, we...
WASHINGTON (The Borowitz Report)—In an urgent memo to the field of G.O.P. Presidential candidates, the Republican National Committee chairman, Reince Priebus, praised them for their relentless personal attacks on Hillary Clinton, but...Show More Summary
The following post first appeared on FactCheck.org. The Republican National Committee chairman says Hillary Clinton paid women in her Senate office less than men. But annual salary data provided by the Clinton campaign show median salaries...Show More Summary
Two of the three national Republican Party committees bested their Democratic counterparts in March fundraising, while Senate Democrats’ campaign arm once again out-raised the Republicans'.
The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee out-raised its Republican counterpart by more than $3 million during the first three months of 2015 — but remains saddled with $13.7 million in debt, more than twice what the National Republican Senatorial Committee holds. The DSCC brought in $5.26 million in March, bringing its quarterly fundraising total to $14 million, […]
The Thursday panel of FNC’s Special Report with Bret Baier took on the late-term abortion debate between Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul and Democratic National Committee (DNC) Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz and included The Weekly Standard’s Steve Hayes declaring that it could represent a possible “hinge point in abortion politics.”
The nation's lawmakers are increasingly losing confidence in America's top drug cop. Yesterday, 13 Democrats and 9 Republicans on the House Oversight Committee voted to issue a statement of "no confidence" in the ability of Michele Leonhart, the head of the Drug Enforcement Administration, to carry out the duties of her job. The statement followed a day of withering […]
The Republican National Committee raised $11.2 million last month—significantly more than it took in during the same period leading up to the 2012 presidential election, and a record in a non-election year.
Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus believes f ormer Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's incognito trip to a Toledo-area Chipotle showed a crucial weakness in her presidential campaign. In a Fox News interview Tuesday night, Priebus said the media is missing "the big thing" about Clinton's burrito bowl purchase. Show More Summary
We begin today's roundup with Eugene Robinson, who asks if history is finally on Hillary Clinton's side as she makes her bid for the presidency: No sooner had Clinton announced than the Republican National Committee issued a statement...Show More Summary
Halfway through Reince Priebus' interview on CBS News' "Face the Nation" this Sunday, the Republican National Committee chair reached into his pocket and casually tossed host Bob Schieffer a flash drive. "I have a hard drive for you, Bob," he said. Show More Summary
The Republican National Committee on Friday released a 'Stop Hillary' ad exclusively on Fox News ahead of Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign announcement. Fox & Friends repeatedly aired the RNC attack ad on April 10. According to TVEyes’ "National Publicity...
Maureen Dowd's latest column attacking Hillary Clinton with comparisons to former President Richard Nixon echoes attacks from the Republican National Committee (RNC). In a New York Times op-ed on April 11, Dowd predicted that Clinton's...Show More Summary
Only a few days removed from his splashy debut as a presidential candidate -- complete with a "Defeat the Washington Machine" campaign slogan -- Rand Paul is taking fire from all sides. The Democratic National Committee is holding daily...Show More Summary
By Richard K. Barry Who: The Republican National Committee Where: S wing states: Ohio, Florida, Virginia, Colorado, North Carolina and Iowa. What's going on: On Sunday, Hillary Clinton will announce her candidacy for the Democratic nomination for president. Show More Summary