In terms of 2014 overall race for control of the Senate, CQ Roll Call’s Niels Lesniewski quotes National Republican Senatorial Committee Chairman Jerry Moran, "I think we have a good map in the sense that we have good candidates and good states. Show More Summary
Washington (CNN) – Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus Tuesday joined half dozen House Republican lawmakers at a rally outside the Senate steps to call on the American people to "fire" Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) by winning control of the Senate in 2014. Speaking to a crowd of around 100 GOP staffers and […]
Rep. Greg Walden (R-OR), the chairman of the National Republican Congressional Committee, warned GOP colleagues in a closed-door meeting Tuesday against fanning the flames of impeachment for President Barack Obama, saying Democrats had successfully used the issue to raise $2 million online last weekend alone. Show More Summary
So, I got this in the email this morning from the Republican National Committee: I wasn’t alone. I’ve seen on Facebook where numbers of Republican faithful are getting similar emails. I’ve given to candidates and the state party monetarily, and I guess my service as an officer doesn’t mean squat. I don’t take kindly to […]
Awkward. Jabbing at Sen. John Walsh (D-Mont.) for his plagiarism scandal, the National Republican Senate Committee sent around a memo entitled. “Theft: A Plagiarist Cannot Be Trusted.” The email hastens to add that the issue is a matter of quantity: “There is no excuse for plagiarism as serious as Senator Walsh is guilty of.” Can a […]
There did seem to be something off as the senators left the headquarters of the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) Tuesday. An unidentified NRSC staffer had come out of the building and jokingly referred to me as a “tracker”--a term given to campaign operatives who film their opponents, hoping to capture every gaffe. Show More Summary
It’s time to fire Harry Reid. Or so says the Republican National Committee -- which today launched its brand new campaign to...
Quin Hillyer, National Review: The Republican National Committee should censure the committeeman from Mississippi, Henry Barbour, and perhaps request (although not demand) his resignation from the RNC. Barbour's apparent involvementShow More Summary
‘It’s a hard knock life’ for ‘poor’ Hillary Clinton according to a website unveiled today by the Republican National Committee. Paid for by the RNC, PoorHillaryClinton.com is a nod to the likely 2016 presidential hopeful’s comments that...Show More Summary
A coalition of powerful conservative leaders, led by the Tea Party Patriots Citizens Fund, is demanding that Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus censure RNC committeeman Henry Barbour for his role in racially incendiary appeals to Democratic voters that voting for Sen. Show More Summary
An image caption from Gawker. House Speaker John Boehner winks at Politico’s Jake Sherman at the Republican National Committee headquarters in Washington, Tuesday. Sherman had asked Boehner whether had ideas for border legislation. “I’ve got lots of them,” Boehner said. Show More Summary
Outgoing House Majority Leader Eric Cantor’s career in Congress might be over, but he’s got plenty of suitors on Wall Street and in the National Republican Committee.
House Speaker John Boehner winks at Politico's Jake Sherman at the Republican National Committee headquarters in Washington, Tuesday. Sherman had asked Boehner whether had ideas for border legislation. "I've got lots of them," Boehner said. Image by J. Scott Applewhite via AP. Read more...
Washington (CNN) - With the midterm elections less than four months away and closing, the Republican National Committee is launching a new messaging campaign to highlight what it considers the GOP's favorable political landscape, as the party tries to expand the campaign map. "With just over 100 days to go until the November midterm elections, […]
The GOP might be joining LeBron James in Cleveland in 2016. Photo by Joe Murphy/NBAE via Getty Images It’s been a pretty good week for Cleveland. Earlier this week the Republican National Committee announced that Cleveland was its pick to hold the party’s national presidential nominating convention in 2016. Show More Summary
Since the Republican National Committee selected Cleveland as the host of its 2016 convention on Tuesday, there's been constant talk about the city's past infamy — that time its river caught on fire, the moniker it's failed to escape ever since, its perpetual sports disappointment, the epithet that suggests the region itself has been corroding […]
Admit it, Ted: You kinda' love Washington, D.C. Sen. Ted Cruz is vice chair of the National Republican Senatorial Committee, the campaign arm of Republicans in the Senate, but he doesn't seem too happy about it. At issue: The NRSC's active and ongoing defense of Sen. Show More Summary
No, not Cleveland, GA…Cleveland, OH. GAGOP State Committeewoman Linda Herren served on the site selection committee for the 2016 Republican National Convention and sent out the news in a newsletter to GAGOP members. Cleveland beat out Dallas, TX in the final bid for the selection process. The recommendation will go before the full RNC for […]
The Republican National Committee has selected Cleveland as the host city for the 2016 Republican National Convention, edging out...
Yesterday, after the Republican National Committee named Cleveland as its 2016 convention site, a writer for Politico added his two cents to the national narrative about Cleveland. "Cleveland: 10 things to know" obviously meant wellShow More Summary