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Memo: Sunshine Summit Builds Advantage for Republicans in Florida

To: Interested Parties From: Blaise Ingoglia, RPOF Chairman Date: November 15, 2015 Re: Outcome of Sunshine Summit    At the beginning of this year the Republican Party of Florida made the commitment to build a turnkey grassroots and digital operation that will ensure that Florida turns red for all Republicans on the ticket – from the presidential...

Everything you need to know about the Fox Business debate

    When: Tuesday, November 10, 2015 Where: Milwaukee, WI Hosted by: Fox Business Network, Wall Street Journal, and the Milwaukee Theatre Moderated by: Fox Business's Trish Regan, Sandra Smith, and the Wall Street Journal's Gerald Seib for the first debate. FBN anchors Maria Bartiromo, Neil Cavuto and WSJ Editor-in-Cheif Gerard Baker will moderate the second debate.    First...

Everything you need to know about the RPOF Sunshine Summit

    Click here to get your tickets to the Sunshine Summit What is the Sunshine Summit? The Sunshine Summit will be the most exciting political event of the season. Featuring addresses from 12 of the 15 GOP presidential candidates and Florida’s most enthusiastic Republican grassroots supporters in attendance, the Sunshine Summit...

Everything you need to know about the CNBC debate

  When: Wednesday, October 28, 2015 Where: University of Colorado Boulder Hosted by: CNBC.  Moderated by: CNBC's Carl Quintanilla, Becky Quick, and John HarwoodFirst Group Time: 6 PM EDT      Candidates:      Lindsey Graham                        Bobby Jindal      George Pataki      Rick Santorum          ...

RNC: Katherine Organized Four Debate Watch Parties for Three Big Reasons

The Republican Leadership Initiative is one of the most essential tools the RNC possesses in mobilizing our grassroots activists and engaging communities to share republican values. The next election will be won by grassroots volunteers like Katherine, and it is important that voters are aware of the fantastic growth the Republican party is making within local communities.  From the

Three things we learned from the first Democratic Debate

The Democrats are out of options Though there were five candidates on last night’s debate stage, only two, Sanders and Clinton, are polling at reasonable numbers—yet neither displayed any cohesive understanding of the needs of hard-working Americans. From their debate performances, it’s easy to imagine hundreds of Democrats watching the debate last night scratching their heads and thinking “Is this...

The Democrats’ Choices: A Liar or A Socialist

Another week, another drop in the polls for Hillary Clinton. The negative drip, drip effect of Clinton’s email scandal has relentlessly diminished her favorability amongst voters. Last month, a Quinnipiac University poll revealed the top three words voters associated with Clinton are “liar,” “dishonest,” and “untrustworthy.” That’s not good news for the Democratic front-runner. Or rather, the previous...

The Truth Behind Hillary's "I'm Sorry"

Earlier this week, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton yielded to public pressure and apologized for her use of a private email server. Unfortunately for Clinton however, a mere apology will not quickly mend the public’s plummeting opinion of her— though it does reveal that Clinton’s campaign...

Poll: Floridians don't want another four years of President Obama

When it comes to 2016, it’s pretty clear that Democrats don’t have a choice but to support a member of the unpopular Obama administration. Now that Hillary Clinton, who was once considered the inevitable Democratic nominee, is dipping in the polls as a result of the scandal surrounding her private email server, the media is abuzz with rumors...

UPDATE: More trouble for Hillary Clinton

  Hillary Clinton is not having a good week.  As the ongoing “secret server” saga thickens and poses increasing legal risks for Clinton, voters have taken notice. Here are the three things that do not bode well for Hillary Clinton today: 1. 305 Clinton emails have been flagged as possibly confidential After weeks of vehement denial by...