David Kochel, an Iowa-based Republican strategist who worked on both of Mitt Romney’s presidential campaigns, is joining Jeb Bush’s political action committee as a senior strategist and is in line to serve as Mr. Bush’s national campaign manager.
1. GOP Comes To Defense Of Movie About Patriot Who Kills Foreigners From Safe Distance The National Republican Senatorial Committee is asking conservative moviegoers to sign a petition in support of Clint Eastwood's Oscar-nominated blockbuster...Show More Summary
“As he lines up support for a likely presidential bid, Republican Jeb Bush is offering donors the chance to join his ‘national executive committee’ – if they raise $500,000 by March 31,” the Wall Street Journal reports. “A pledge form [...] The post Bush Gives Donors a Price List appeared first on Political Wire.
As he lines up support for a likely presidential bid, Republican Jeb Bush is offering donors the chance to join his “national executive committee” – if they raise $500,000 by March 31.
Last October, Reince Priebus gave a speech with a conspicuous omission. Just 33 days before the midterm elections, the Republican National Committee Chairman headed to George Washington University to give a speech on the issues that bring Republicans together. Show More Summary
Republican National Committee Chair Reince Priebus can't really explain why the official Republican response to the State of the Union and the official Republican Spanish response had such different messages on immigration. But boy,Show More Summary
Reince Priebus, the Republican National Committee chairman, wants to inject more discipline into his party’s 2016 Presidential primaries, and while it’s easy to empathize, there are also reasons to regard that prospect with something like dread. Show More Summary
Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus added an important qualifier to the debate schedule for the GOP presidential primary: “You can’t do 20 people. … You have to have certain thresholds in place, so you have to be at 1 percent of the vote in Iowa, and that threshold can move like a slide rule […]
If there was any doubt that the 2016 presidential campaign is already upon us, all you had to do was read about the Republican National Committee’s winter meeting in Coronado over the weekend.
It’s time once again to see which candidates pound their chest the hardest trying to out-conservative each other lay out why they have the chops to win in the ’16 presidential contest against a presumed Hillary Clinton (of course, remember the last time we presumed Hillary was getting the nomination…). Show More Summary
On Friday evening, Mitt Romney addressed the Republican National Committee's winter meeting in California, repositioning himself as a lifelong warrior against poverty and insisting that Republican leadership is needed in the "post-Obama...Show More Summary
Click here to receive Mediabistro’s Morning Media Newsfeed via email. MSNBC Left Out of GOP Debate Mix (Politico) The Republican National Committee announced Friday that it will sanction at least nine presidential primary debates, starting this August in Ohio and continuing through March 2016, with the potential to add three more. Show More Summary
After two unsuccessful presidential bids, the 78-year-old former Navy pilot and Vietnam prisoner of war has rebounded as the chairman of the powerful Senate Armed Services Committee. The post gives the Arizona Republican a significant...Show More Summary
Reince Priebus was reelected to his third term as chairman of the Republican National Committee. Buzzfeed ran a laudatory piece on his “reinvention” of the GOP. Henry Barbour, (RNC committeeman and nephew of the former governor of Mississippi and RNC chairman, Haley Barbour) was quoted as saying, “There’s a good argument that he’s the best […]
“The Republican National Committee announced Friday which networks landed 2016 presidential debates — and Univision, the most-watched Spanish-language network, didn’t make the cut,” the Huffington Post reports. “How Republicans engage with Univision this election cycle is being closely watched given [...]
The presumptive 2016 GOP presidential candidates who showed up at the Republican National Committee's annual winter confab in San Diego did not mention Hillary Clinton, at least not publicly. RNC Chairman Reince Priebus, for his part, played it close to the vest and stuck to the basics. Show More Summary
SAN DIEGO — Mitt Romney is telling fellow Republicans that he's weighing another presidential run, one in which he would show more compassion for the nation's poor and middle class. In a speech to the Republican National Committee aboard...Show More Summary
Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus says he’s “ready for Hillary” -- ready to attack her.
In the course of 24 hours, Texas Gov. Rick Perry delivered his farewell speech in Texas and presented a stem-winder to the Republican National Committee, previewing his domestic and foreign policy vision. Although talking specifically about Texas, he was really delivering his take on the American dream: “In Texas, it’s not where you come from […]
Does the Republican Party's official list of 2016 presidential primary debates reveal a desire to avoid uncomfortable immigration questions? Some Democrats feel the National Republican Committee intentionally snubbed Univision on Friday...Show More Summary