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NRCC says Rahm Emanuel knew how to pick candidates in tough districts.
A dangerous game is being played in the campaign for Massachusetts’s 10th District congressional seat.
Playboy's playboy defends his mansion lunch with Rep. Loretta Sanchez, announced on Twitter.
Former House Republican spokespeople form group to help stop the Democratic march on GOP seats.
House and Senate Democratic Party committees had huge advantages over Republican Party committees.
This election night Democrats are holding parties galore in Washington, D.C.
Rep. Tom Cole, head of the National Republican Congressional Committee, broke with other leadership members today, notably Minority Leader John Boehner, and refused to call on embattled Rep. Rick Renzi to resign. "He's got every right to do what he thinks," Cole said of Renzi, who is not seeking re-election in Arizona and who's facing an indictment on extortion, money laundering, wire fraud, and other charges. Boehner has strongly suggested that Renzi step down but Cole said instead, "I wish him well."
Upset with rumors and stories that House Minority Leader John Boehner and National Republican Congressional Committee Chairman Tom Cole are at odds over fixing the plight of the party's 2008 election operation, top GOP strategists with ties to the White House are urging a truce.