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GOP

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General Optical Council
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Norm Hughes, candidate for Michigan Republican Party Chair - February 20th
For Democrats, the top images associated with the Republican party are "unfavorable," "conservative," "cater to the rich," "George Bush," and "lost their direction.
On a few occasions, I've been with Tom in a hotel bar following Republican Party events, and when I've offered to buy him a glass of wine, he's refused," continues the Texas GOP activist.
Bishop Harry Jackson, a registered Democrat and self-described conservative evangelical Christian, says he is meeting with Mehlman because many other prominent African Americans have shunned the Republican Party, even as it exercises considerable control over the federal legislature.
But he also argued that the Republican Party is becoming more diverse in its thinking.
The Republican Party had never really recovered from the shellacking it took in 1932.
The degree to which GLB voters shy away from the Republican Party seems to depend upon how far the party's leaders go to marginalize gays and lesbians.
With less success he argues that external forces, defined as church-state change, political change (rise of the Republican party in the South and the New Right's culture war hysteria), and cultural change (growth of the middle class) combined with the internal theological struggle to move the SBC rank and file to the right politically," abandoning their own Jimmy Carter for Ronald Reagan" (p.
Republican congressman and presidential candidate Ron Paul has accepted an invitation from the Nevada Republican Party to be a keynote speaker at the Nevada Republican State Convention on April 26th.
Synopsis: Only 34% of Americans view the Republican Party favorably after the Nov.
More than Goldwater or Reagan, the Bush family undertook the most deliberate plan to wed the economic privilege of their Republican Party to the growing power of social conservatism.
Reed left the Coalition to start a political consulting group near Atlanta and later became chairman of the Georgia Republican Party and an adviser to President George W.

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