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GOP

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general operating procedures
General Optical Council
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Exhibit B: At a recent annual gathering of Republicans in Los Olivos, Gary Mendoza, a former deputy mayor of Los Angeles running for state insurance commissioner, announced that if liberal Silicon Valley Republican Steve Poizner gets the GOP nomination instead of him, Mendoza won't support Poizner against the Democrat who runs.
The state GOP had kept its word and didn't introduce a redistricting ballot initiative, but when Arnold Schwarzenegger was elected governor, he promoted an initiative to turn the process over to an independent commission.
In addition, over the last five election cycles, his Bluegrass Political Action Committee has contributed to at least 40 of his 54 current Senate GOP colleagues.
But most speakers simply made naked appeals for help in placing Bush in the White House and preserving the GOP majorities in the House and Senate.
Galvanized by polls showing that Americans value bipartisan accomplishments over political demagoguery, GOP moderates seem more focused and pumped up than in years past.
Ronald Reagan spoke their language, which is why a remnant of Republican leaders (and a lot of big Republican donors) still imagine they belong in the GOP.
These elections made two points: Whites vote for blacks who reflect their interests; and, if most CBC districts--which are generally poor, minority- and union-oriented--desire change, they still haven't seen GOP candidates they trust --yet.
What the GOP did so brilliantly in 1994 was exploit Clinton's weaknesses (his 1993 tax increase, his wife's failed health-care initiative), as well as the sense among voters that reigning congressional Democrats had become complacent and corrupt (reviving the Keating Five and House banking scandals).
Republican Bill Leonard, a member of the State Board of Equalization who served in the Legislature for almost a quarter-century until term limits forced him out in 2002, said GOP legislators have to adjust their tactics to fit Sacramento's new political landscape.
Smith publicly quit the GOP and blasted the party for not doing enough to advance the Religious Right's social agenda.
based Oral Majority in a series of Saturday demonstrations to "impeach the GOP.
GOP primary voters like their candidates bloodied and humbled.