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 National Republican Senatorial Committee
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Allen, as chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee, helped win eight open seats and defend two more.
George Allen, who was head coach for the historic Republican wins in the U.S. Senate this month, said the party has a clear mandate that it will pursue with unflinching determination.

 Political foes use vote on Medicare as weapon - The Washington Times: Nation/Politics
In House races, National Republican Congressional Committee spokesman Carl Forti agreed the Medicare vote will be a key issue next year.
Republicans are using the Medicare bill vote to criticize Democratic challengers as well.
The Republican Main Street Partnership began running a radio ad Wednesday against Rep. Patrick J. Toomey, Pennsylvania Republican, for voting with 24 other conservatives against the $395 billion bill President Bush is set to sign Monday. /national/20031204-111455-7338r.htm

 National Republican Senatorial Committee - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) is the
Republican Hill committee for the United States Senate, working to elect Republicans to that body.
Norm Coleman (28 votes to 27 within the Republican caucus) to head the NRSC following the departure of Sen. George Allen of Virginia. /wiki/Republican_National_Senatorial_Committee - Republicans aim for $21.5M at fund raiser
The Republican National Committee currently holds the record for the most raised at a single event under the new limits; it took in $38.5 million at a May gala featuring Bush.
That was several million less than the then-record $30 million they took in at their 2002 dinner, before a new law banned national party committees from accepting corporate, union and unlimited donations.
House Republicans offered donors in town for the dinner an election briefing with Bush campaign manager Ken Mehlman and meetings on topics such as "President Bush and a Republican Congress: The Pro-Business Agenda," and the tax policies of Bush and his Democratic challenger, John Kerry. /news/politicselections/nation/president/2004-07-21-gop-fundraiser_x.htm?POE=NEWISVA - Top Senate fund-raisers bring in millions - Jul 16, 2004
Republican challenger Bill Jones collected $3.8 million through last month.
Republicans hold a 51-48 edge in the Senate, with one Democratic-leaning independent, in a year that shapes up as a fierce fight for majority control.
Republican Sen. Arlen Specter of Pennsylvania, who raised $16 million through last month, most of that on his way to surviving a bruising primary. /2004/ALLPOLITICS/07/16/senate.fundraising.ap/index.html

 2002 Total Raised: National Republican Senatorial Committee
The NRSC is the Republican Party's chief fundraising committee dedicated to electing Republican candidates to the U.S. Senate.
Totals here include contributions both to the main committee and to all hard and soft money committees affiliated with the NRSC.
Quality of disclosure data has been removed from the site because of errors in the Federal Election Commission's database. /parties/total.asp?Cmte=NRSC&cycle=2002

 Democratic National Committee nears its money goal for presidential race
The Republican National Committee finished January with $39.4 million on hand after collecting $14.3 million and spending $8 million during the month, its report shows.
The Democratic National Committee is close to its goal of raising about $16 million to help the party's presidential nominee.
Democratic National Committee nears its money goal for presidential race /cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/news/archive/2004/02/23/politics1425EST0643.DTL - Dem committee funds Mongiardo in Kentucky - Oct 11, 2004
It's unclear whether the National Republican Senatorial Committee will make a similar contribution for Bunning.
Republican committee spokesman Dan Allen said the organization constantly re-evaluates races and "reserves the right to make an investment any time."
The Washington-based Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee transferred "tens of thousands" of dollars to Mongiardo's election fund, campaign manager Kim Geveden confirmed on Friday. /2004/ALLPOLITICS/10/11/ky.senaterace.ap/index.html

 Republican National Committee Funding $20 Million Advertising Campaign
The National Republican Senatorial Committee has sent $740,000 in five transfers to the Kentucky Republican Party, with the Stevens firm receiving nearly identical amounts from the state party for television advertisements supporting Senate nominee Jim Bunning.
Republican National Committee Funding $20 Million Advertising Campaign
The senatorial committee has pumped more than $1 million into Nevada, in six transfers, where the Republicans hope to defeat Democratic Sen. Harry Reid. /~jbloom/soft98a.htm

 ABC 7 News - Parties Pull Out Stops to Raise Money
The National Republican Senatorial Committee effort is just one example of creative fund-raising by Republicans and Democrats heading into the November elections that will determine control of the House and Senate.
The Republican National Committee also has boosted its fund-raising goals.
The wall is at the Ronald Reagan Republican Center in the courtyard of the committee's headquarters, and is updated with new names each election cycle. /news/stories/0504/149559.html

 GOP eyes even more solid South - The Washington Times: Nation/Politics
Republicans, who have not yet been able to find a top candidate to run in Florida, were cheered by the recent news that Housing and Urban Development Secretary Mel Martinez, who had declined White House pleas to run, was now reconsidering his decision.
Republican strategists say they will be able to sharply increase their numbers in the region for two reasons: the open seats are in politically conservative states that President Bush won in 2000, in most cases by wide margins, and because it is a region where he receives his highest voter-approval scores.
Republican strategists say he would be their strongest candidate and Mr. /national/20031124-120312-1084r.htm

 National Republican Senatorial Committee
Republicans have shown that we have positive, constructive solutions and ideas that move America forward.
Our historic efforts are being broadcast across the nation on C-Span 2, and will be the topic on talk radio programs as well as lead the national news.
While the Republican side is set and actively campaigning, Democrats are still without a top-tier candidate. /kearnynjgop/id53.html

 Iowa State Victory Committee
Of the $373,000 raised by the Iowa State Victory Committee, $273,000 came from the National Republican Senatorial Committee headed by Senator D’Amato, $50,000 from the Iowa Republican Party, $25,000 from the Michigan Republican State Committee, and the $25,000 from Mr.
(How many more ‘State Victory Committees’ do you suppose there are?) The article is about individual donors who thought they were writing checks to support the National Republican Senatorial Committee headed by Senator D’Amato of New York and were later surprised to find that legally those checks were passed on to local races.
Their parent entity is listed as the National Republican Senatorial Committee. /victory.htm

 In The Northwest: The national unity so recently ours has vanished
George Allen, R-Virginia, chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee, and other luminaries have begun to call this Washington "our 2004 Georgia."
In The Northwest: The national unity so recently ours has vanished
During World War II, Franklin D. Roosevelt governed with a bipartisan Cabinet that included Republican luminaries such as Secretary of the Navy Frank Knox, a former GOP vice presidential nominee. /connelly/144224_joel17.html

 National Republican Senatorial Committee
Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC), congratulated Doug Forrester on his
(Washington, D.C.) - Senator Bill Frist, M.D., Chairman of the National
victory in the New Jersey Republican primary yesterday and said that the /nrsc060502.htm

 DNC News: Statement by DNC Chairman Terry McAuliffe on National Republican Senatorial Committee Ads
President Bush's appearance in new National Republican Senatorial Committee ads is just the latest example of his political hypocrisy.
Paid for by the Democratic National Committee — 430 S. Capitol St. SE, Washington DC 20003.
And now, the gold medal winner: the President himself appearing in divisive and misleading political ads, at a time when he is calling on the rest of us to put aside partisanship in the interest of wartime national unity. /news/200202140002.html

 DSCC : Home
What we could not control was a map which was tilted decidedly in our opponent’s direction and an unexpectedly strong showing by President Bush at the top of the Republican ticket nationally.
I've spent two years at the helm of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee and I share your disappointment in the outcome of this election.
U.S. Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski was declared the winner last night against Republican challenger E.J. Pipkin in the Maryland Senate race.

 Kings GOP Home Page
"The New Jersey Supreme Court overstepped its authority by usurping the will of the Legislature," said Alex Vogel, general counsel for the National Republican Senatorial Committee.
Republican officials asked the U.S. Supreme Court yesterday to stop New Jersey Democrats from replacing embattled Sen. Robert G. Torricelli with Frank R. Lautenberg on the ballot in next month's election.
The Republican appeal, filed on behalf of the New Jersey Republican Party, asks for an emergency hearing before the high court and an immediate stay of the New Jersey decision.

 Specter gets less money from GOP - The Washington Times: Nation/Politics - April 23, 2004
The National Republican Senatorial Committee has given Pennsylvania Sen. Arlen Specter's primary campaign less than half the $1.3 million that the committee was prepared to give, a Republican campaign official said yesterday.
In heavily Democratic Philadelphia, county officials said, the number of voters indicating a party switch on registration forms was small, with 919 switching to Republican and 1,106 to Democrat, county officials said.
Enclosed is a voter-registration card that you can use to register to vote in the Republican primary if you so choose. /national/20040422-110725-5373r.htm

 Common Cause - Citizens working to end special-interest politics and reform government ethics. - Common Cause
Just got this email from Cliff Arnebeck in Ohio.  Cliff if you all recall is the Chair of Legal Affairs Committee of Common Cause Ohio.  Cliff is also an officer for Alliance for Democracy.  Per Cliff's email Reverand Jesse Jackson has joined our call asking Secretary of State Kenneth Blackwell...
Also involved in supporting the recount request were: the National Voting Rights Institute, Demos, People for the American Way Foundation and the Fannie Lou Hamer Project.
Wednesday's vote by Republicans is all the more outrageous when considered in light of the track record of the leader that the amendment is designed to protect.  >> Read more. /laundromat/detail.cfm?donorcode=021670

 National Republican Senatorial Committee
Just when you think the Senator “formerly known as Torch” might try to steer clear of ethical controversy, all he does is steer clear of the truth, according to Mitch Bainwol, Executive Director of the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC).
But according to The New York Times, the Senate Ethics Committee has financial records and witness testimony “suggesting that Mr.
“But if he really wants to convince his constituents that he is indeed telling the truth -- that he really didn't take Chang's money or a clock, there's a very simple thing he can do: ask the Ethics Committee to release the transcript of his testimony. /nrsc091302.htm

 Frist, Bill. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
He was named a deputy senatorial whip in 1999 and, after his reelection in 2000, head of the National Republican Senatorial Committee.
In 1994 he was elected senator from Tennessee as a Republican, becoming the first practicing physician to attain the office since 1928.
Frist got his first taste of politics during his college years when he served (1972) as a congressional intern. /65/fr/FristW.html

 Nevada Republican Party
This year, we have filled the ballot with Republican candidates for a United States Senatorial race; every State Assembly and State Senate seat, along with every statewide judicial Supreme Court race.
We are certainly glad that you have taken the time to visit our site and hopeful you will get involved in electing Republicans at all levels.
Nevada Republicans face many challenges and opportunities in the year ahead, and your support is essential to our party's current and future success.

 South Dakota Politics and Elections 2004 Election Ad Watch
A 30-second TV ad from the National Republican Senatorial Committee highlights the partnership between President Bush and Republican John Thune, then relates how Democratic Sen. Tom Daschle has obstructed the GOP's plans for moving South Dakota forward.
Republican John Thune calls for an end to partisan politics, declaring himself a strong and independent voice while saying the agendas of Sens.
Republican John Thune voices his support for tax cuts to working families in an effort to spur economic growth. /Section.cfm?Type=AdWatch

 White House urges Beauprez to run for Senate; House GOP says stay put=The
Beauprez said he also had spoken with Sen. George Allen (R-Va.), the National Republican Senatorial Committee chairman, Majority Leader Bill Frist (Tenn.) and Majority Whip Mitch McConnell (Ky.) — all of whom, he said, want him to run for the Senate seat.
Carl Forti, the National Republican Congressional Committee spokesman, said that, for now, Beauprez is “our guy.” If and when the congressman gets out of the House race, Forti said, the GOP would look elsewhere for a candidate.
House Republicans have argued that they spent a lot of money to win the 7th District seat and that it would be hard to hold it if Beauprez steps down. /news/031104/beauprez.aspx

 Remarks by the President at the National Republican Senatorial Committee Annual Dinner
Remarks by the President at the National Republican Senatorial Committee Annual Dinner
I want to thank Senator Gramm, Republican, Senator Zell Miller, Democrat from Georgia, for proposing a good piece of legislation.
But instead, they found a determined nation, a nation which longs for peace, and a nation which is willing to work to save America one heart, one soul, one conscience at a time. /news/releases/2002/09/20020925-6.html

 NRCC: National Republican Congressional Committee
Paid for by the National Republican Congressional Committee
The link categories include: Groups, Republican Organizations, Republican Leadership PAC’s, Information, Elections/Politics, Presidential Libraries, Media Links, Fun Links, Republican State Parties, and State Government.
Rep. Tom Delay’s PAC Americans for a Republican Majority (no site) /nrcc_contents/news/links

 Republican Party of Benton County Handbook
The procedures for the election of delegates are established by the RPA State Committee on or before September 1 st of the year before the year in which the Republican National Convention is to be held.
The county committee is elected during the primary election, and is composed of at least one member for each precinct plus one additional member for each precinct for each 100 votes (rounded to the nearest 100) cast in that precinct for the Republican candidate for governor in the previous general election.
Delegates and alternates are elected on the same basis as county committee membership—at least one member from each precinct and one additional member from each precinct for each 100 votes (rounded to the nearest 100) cast for the Republican candidate for governor in the previous general election. /bcrc.handbook.html

 National Republican Senatorial Committee
the state committee of a political party committee may select a replacement candidate.
However, this ballot replacement is only allowed when the vacancy occurs more than 51 days prior to the election. /nrsc093002.htm

 Politics1 - Guide to American Political Parties
National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) and Senate Majority Leader's Office.
National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC), Speaker of the House and House Republican Conference.
More significantly, Nader missed the important 5% mark for the national vote, meaning that the party will still be ineligible for federal matching funds in 2004 (Note: a third Nader run is still possible as he said "I haven't ruled out going in 2004" in February 2002). /parties.htm

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