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By Tammy Bruce
Only IRS employees could expect rewards for failing to pay their taxes
Topic - Republican National Committee
Republicans are casting the midterm elections as a golden opportunity to fire Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, who has served as lead blocker for President Obama's liberal agenda on Capitol Hill and chief opponent of GOP legislation.
Looking to get a foot up on its competitors, the Republican National Committee is selling off George H.W. Bush-styled socks to raise money for the party.
Two West Virginia counties are among two dozen nationwide that Republicans are targeting to sway women's votes.
The three national Republican campaign committees have linked to form a joint fundraising committee just a week after the Supreme Court struck down overall aggregate limits on campaign contributions.
Cleveland and Cincinnati are the two Ohio cities still in contention to host the 2016 Republican National Convention with the list of possible cities narrowed to six on Wednesday.
Las Vegas will soon learn if it's still in the running to host the National Republican Convention in 2016.
The tea party realm is not exactly thrilled with Rep. Paul Ryan's 102-page federal budget proposal, a meticulously crafted document open to interpretation. The Republican National Committee frames it as evidence that the GOP is the "party of solutions."
Republicans are taking steps to boost their standing with Florida's fast-growing Hispanic population.
Republican Party chief Reince Priebus said Tuesday that the GOP can make big gains among Hispanic voters even if it doesn’t support legalizing illegal immigrants, as long as the party finds better messengers and tones down anti-immigrant rhetoric.
Five members of an independent panel tasked by the Republican National Committee after a disappointing 2012 election cycle with figuring out what the party needs to do going forward report "tremendous progress" on several key fronts from when they issued their postmortem one year ago.
Republican officials said Monday that they have improved their nuts-and-bolts campaign and are making big strides in voter outreach — but there is little evidence that it is making a difference in reaching the minorities, women and young voters who are key to winning national elections.
The Republican National Committee is pouring resources into Colorado, adding more than a dozen staffers as a new Senate candidate and sagging poll numbers for Democrats raise GOP hopes of ending the party's decade-long drought on top-of-the-ticket wins in the state.
The Republican National Committee began the process Monday of listening to the sales pitches from the cities vying to host the 2016 GOP national convention, where the party's standard-bearer will be nominated.
Prominent Republicans see no evidence that their party's electoral successes have advanced the cause of limited government and moral governance.
Ohio's three largest cities - Cincinnati, Cleveland and Columbus - have been named finalists in the competition to host the 2016 Republican National Convention.