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Ted Welch, a prolific fundraiser in Tennessee Republican politics for four decades, has died...Welch's wife, Colleen Conway-Welch, told The Tennessean he died due to complications from a fall. Vanderbilt Medical Center Hospital in Nashville confirmed
Md.The battle over strategy in the Republican Party played out in front of conservative activists Thursday, with Texas Sen. Ted Cruz stoking ideological passion and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie saying the party must show voters that it can govern.
Take Governor Christie , who has just won reelection and who ran commercials touting his record of compromise, a dirty word in Washington. Or Sen. Lamar Alexander of Tennessee, who, while running for reelection, has been speaking out against those
Jack Hawke, the veteran political strategist who helped build the modern North Carolina Republican Party, died Monday night after an extended illness. Hawke, who was 72, was the leading architect of the campaign for GOP Gov Pat McCrory, and for
He's speaking at an Obion County Republican Party fundraiser on Nov. 9 and, if you think Ted is unhinged, you should check out his crazy daddy. The elder Cruz thinks kings ought to rule America, taking money from heathens and giving it all to
Founder Says No Posted by Steve Cavendish on Tue, Sep 24, 2013 at 7:30 AM Down in the comments of yesterday's Pith post on the Devaney Ultimatum (not quite as catchy as the Bourne one, but it does have a certain ring to it), Mark Rogers wonders: For
They don't appear amused that the party pretty much ignored them last week...In the event you have not submitted your letter of resignation as chairman to the Executive Committee of the Tennessee Republican Party by 5 pm on Tuesday, September 24,
GOP chairman for that fundraising letter that mentioned the Senior Senator ...The anti-Alexander group claims that Devaney crossed the line twice: once in the aforementioned fundraising letter and a second time when the GOP chair "served as the
Posted by Steve Cavendish on Tue, Sep 17, 2013 at 10:00 AM More importantly GOP control of the U.S...With Tennessee's Lamar Alexander on the ballot, we have a chance to help put Republicans in control of that chamber, too. And with all of Congress
The sponsor of an Arkansas law banning most abortions 20 weeks into a pregnancy is seeking the Republican Party's nomination for lieutenant governor next year. Republican Rep. Andy Mayberry of Hensley announced he's running for lieutenant governor.