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Randy Pace , Chairman of the Knox County Republican Party
Today the Knox County Republican Party held a reorganization at Central High School. Randy Pace was elected Chairman with 6 more votes than Eddie Smith. The funniest part was everyone wanting to pin a candidate to Brian Hornback. I like both Smith and Pace. A week or so ago, I was told that Robert L
Brookeborough : Failed IRA attack and republican legend
On New Year's Day 1957, two IRA men were killed as they attacked Brookeborough police station in County Fermanagh. A new BBC Radio Ulster documentary, The Brookeborough Raid, takes a look at the attack with the aid of witnesses and participants, some of them speaking for the first time.
Democratic States Exceed Republican States by Four in 2018
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- In 2018, 22 U.S. states were Democratic in party orientation, based on the party preferences or leanings of their residents. Another 18 were Republican and 10 were competitive. That four-state Democratic advantage is typical of what Gallup has found in recent years, though Democr
The Republican legacy : the decimation of America 's Dairyland
Thanks to the policies of Republican president Donald Trump and those Republicans who’ve been too scared to stand up to him Wisconsin’s dairy farms are in crisis. A new report in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel notes Wisconsin’s dairy farms are being absolutely decimated, having lost almost 700 dairy
Tennessee Republican defends accused lawmaker appointment
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — A top Tennessee Republican has gone on the defensive after detailing what he would do if he were sexually assaulted as he fielded questions on appointing a lawmaker accused of sexual misconduct to oversee an education committee.
Chairman of the Idaho Republican Party resigns
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — The chairman of the Idaho Republican Party has resigned. The party in a statement on Tuesday released Jonathan Parker’s resignation letter he sent on Monday.
Jean Evans to head state Republican party
The Missouri Republican Party has named Rep. Jean Evans [House District 99] as its new executive director. Evans, of Manchester, will step down from her position in the Missouri House of Representatives in order to take her new position.
Pike 's republican candidates host joint event
TAFTON - Pike County row office republican candidates are uniting to begin their 2019 campaigns. A meet and greet petition signing event has been planned and is open to the public on Tuesday, February 19 at the Waterfront at Silver Birches.
Republican Governors Want Trade War With China Over Quickly
WASHINGTON — Several Republican governors said Friday they want the trade war between the U.S. and China to end quickly, while emphasizing that they believe President Trump began the tariff war attempting to rectify unfair practices affecting farmers and owners of intellectual property.
Republican Lawmakers Push to Ban ` Gay ' Conversion Therapy in Utah
Two Republican lawmakers proposed a ban on gay conversion therapy for minors in conservative Utah on Thursday, a plan that's been hailed as a milestone by advocates and won't be opposed by the influential Mormon church.
Wife of Republican delegate to run for Virginia state senate
LEON, Va. (AP) - The wife of a Virginia state delegate has tossed her hat in the ring for a state senate seat that’s been held by a fellow Republican for more than two decades.
Malcolm Derk announces intent to seek Republican nomination
Malcolm Derk, former Snyder County Commissioner, is announcing his intention to seek the Republican nomination in the 12th Congressional District. On Friday, Derk submitted required candidate submission documents to the Republican Party of Pennsylvania. Derk is currently the director of Grants and F
Clemson professor Bart Knijnenburg calls all Republicans racist ... again
Clemson University Professor Bart Knijnenburg drew a firestorm of controversy two years ago when he said on his personal Facebook page that all Republicans are “racist scum” as he called for violence against the GOP.
Republican Senators Reintroduce Litigation Funding Disclosure Bill
A group of Republican Senators has reintroduced a bill that would mandate disclosure in class action and MDL contexts. The Senators first introduced the Litigation Funding Transparency Act (LFTA) last year, but it went nowhere. Now they are making another push with the same legislation.
Rep. Hill , local republican chair react to funding deal
Congress passed a funding bill Thursday to prevent another government shutdown, which includes $1.375 billion in funding that will be used to support 55 miles of border barrier.
GOP Sold Its Soul To A Man With No Principles , Republican Strategist Ana Navarro Says
GOP loyalist Ana Navarro lamented during a “Late Show” appearance Thursday that the party has surrendered to “a president who’s pretending to be a Republican.” “It feels like we’re in a little island of Republicans in exile ― Republicans who actually remember what Republican principles and Republica
Adam Schiff Pens Letter Encouraging Republican Colleagues To Speak Out Against Donald Trump
Congressman Adam Schiff, chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, wrote a op-ed letter published by The Washington Post to the GOP members of Congress calling them out for how they’ve long looked the other way with Donald Trump:
Breaking : Republican Cheater Mark Harris Calls for New Election in NC-09
This is all I know at present. Mark Harris underwent a very tough examination this morning before the NC Board of Elections, investigating the absentee ballot fraud allegations (which at this point have been pretty much proven beyond any reasonable doubt). Mark Elias, Dem election law super attorney
First Republican Takes Steps to Challenge Trump in Primaries
Former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld said Friday that he was launching a presidential exploratory committee, making him the first Republican to take steps to challenge U.S. President Donald Trump for the party's nomination in 2020.
Crowley Partners with Republican for D.C. Lobbying Effort
The chair of the Queens County Democratic Party is teaming up with a former Republican congressman to join or launch a D.C. lobbying firm. Former U.S. Reps. Joseph Crowley and Bill Shuster of Pennsylvania will be represented by Robert Barnett and Michael O'Connor of Williams & Connolly, Axios report