In March 2013, the Republican National Committee released what soon became known as the “autopsy report,” which looked at how the GOP might reverse trends that recently had caused the party to lose the popular vote for the fifth time in six presidential elections. Show More Summary
MINNEAPOLIS — The Republican that Democrats fear most isn’t Donald Trump. It’s Jeb Bush, with John Kasich coming on fast. Ask members of the Democratic National Committee whom they least want to face in the 2016 presidential election, and they often joke how they hope Trump stays hot....
Carly Fiorina “is waging a public war with both CNN, which is hosting the debate, and the Republican National Committee, which her campaign accused on Wednesday of ‘rigging the game’ to keep her out of the prime-time event,” the New [...]
Hillary Rodham Clinton and the Democratic National Committee have finalized a joint fund-raising agreement after months of difficult negotiations, opening the door for the party to gain a significant head start on Republicans at roping in big checks from Democratic donors.
The Democratic National Committee barely has more cash than it does IOUs, and it is being outraised month after month by its Republican competitor. Continue reading ? The post Federal election regulators find Republican National Committee outraises Democratic competitors appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
Mrs. Fiorina, the former Hewlett-Packard executive, wants to be on the main stage at the event, and she is waging a public war with CNN and the Republican National Committee.
CLEVELAND (AP) — Hillary Rodham Clinton is drawing parallels between terrorists and the Republican presidential candidates when it comes to their views on women. The Republican National Committee quickly responds, accusing Clinton of equating her potential GOP opponents with terrorists and calls for her to apologize for "inflammatory rhetoric."
Remarkably, he makes a point. Last year, in the waning days of the Senate Democratic majority, Democrats in Congress agreed with Republicans to include a weakening of campaign finance limits to the party national committees in a spending bill. Show More Summary
Matea Gold for WaPo: A Democratic legal watchdog group has filed a new Federal Election Commission complaint against 11 GOP presidential candidates, the Republican National Committee and several groups in the Koch political network, saying their participation in a data-sharing … Continue reading ?
The Daily Beast gets an inside look at the opposition research effort underway to take down Hillary Clinton. “He is a staffer for the Republican National Committee—the only one dispatched to Arkansas to wade through the Clinton archives. He spends [...]
It’s in the Bible. Just a few weeks ago, we were giving the Republican National Committee a TINY bit of credit for refusing to approve two really bad resolutions about how gays are the real terrorists or something, but now we have to take that credit right back, because surprise, they’re being assholes again. Show More Summary
Following a major loss in the 2012 presidential election — including a 73-27 decimation among Latino voters — the Republican National Committee released an official "autopsy" of what went wrong and how the party could grow. "If Hispanic Americans perceive that a GOP nominee or candidate does not want them in the United States (i.e. Show More Summary
(Ted Rall via GoComics.com). Interesting take from Jeffrey Frank, in the New Yorker — “Does the G.O.P. Need a New Machine?”: … Reinhold Richard (Reince) Priebus, the leader of the Republican National Committee since early 2011, is not exactly a boss… not if being a boss means being able to exert control over your [Read more...]
Thanks to the Republican National Committee, people can wipe their servers with cloths just like Hillary Clinton with the new "Hillary's Secret Server Wiper."
A new bill approved by the Republican National Committee would enable anti-gay businesses and government employees to discriminate against LGBT people.
RNC chair Reince Priebus Much was made of the fact that the Republican National Committee "quietly" shelved two anti-gay platform resolutions earlier this month, likely because they were just too overt. Now we get a real taste of the...Show More Summary
The Republican National Committee (RNC) has approved the First Amendment Defense Act (FADA), a resolution that would prevent the federal government from acting against businesses and non-profits that discriminate against married same-sex couples. Show More Summary
HRC released the following statement after media reports that the Republican National Committee (RNC) passed an anti-LGBT resolution in support of the First Amendment Defense Act (FADA).
The legislation, aimed at countering the Supreme Court's legalization of same-sex marriage, is called the First Amendment Defense Act. read more
Oh, to have been a fly on the wall at the headquarters of the Republican National Committee, or at Jeb Bush’s campaign office, when the latest opinion poll from Fox News came in over the weekend. It showed Donald Trump in first place, with twenty-five per cent of likely Republican voters backing him. Show More Summary