Monthly Archives: October 2014

Volunteering Made Easy

In The News…   VOLUNTEERING MADE EASY The RNC is out with a new video today, “Volunteering Made Easy” encouraging youth to get involved in the RNC’s V365 program through our Campus Captains program. The video coincides with an RNC … Continue reading

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Black History & Homosexuality – More States Approve Same Sex Marriage

As more and more states approve same sex marriage after the recent Supreme Court decision, one would ask, how did the Gay Community accomplish so much in so little of time?  Over the years, I watched how the Gay Community cleverly … Continue reading

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Dueling Polls Released in Battleground House Race (Updated)

By Abby Livingston Updated 12:07 p.m. | A new internal GOP poll showed Rep. Steve Southerland II had a six-point lead last week over his Democratic rival, attorney Gwen Graham. Southerland had the support of 45 percent of respondents, while … Continue reading

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DCCC Cuts Airtime in 8 TV Markets

By Abby Livingston   The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee has started to pull back its advertising buys in several congressional districts around the country, according to an aide. At this point in the cycle, the cancellations — also known as … Continue reading

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Panetta Blasts White House for Pulling US Forces out of Iraq

Fox News Former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta is lashing out at President Obama’s inner circle for failing to secure a 2011 deal to leave U.S. troops in Iraq, effectively accusing the White House of sabotaging the talks – in turn, … Continue reading

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6 Gubernatorial Races With Potential Congressional Consequences

By Bridget Bowman   The lines separating gubernatorial and congressional candidates on the ballot could blur in several states this cycle, as the top of the ticket proves to be a driving force downballot in a half-dozen states. Typically, competitive … Continue reading

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6 Races Both Parties View Completely Differently

By Nathan L. Gonzales   Peterson was targeted from the beginning. (Douglas Graham/CQ Roll Call File Photo) While Democratic and Republican operatives have their own analysis on each race, they often agree on how close a race is and which … Continue reading

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