Monthly Archives: January 2011

Gentry Collins Drops Out Of RNC Chairmanship Race

Gentry Collins, a former top political hand to Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele who resigned, blasted Steele, and then vied for his old boss’s job, has dropped out of the race. Collins faced stiff odds in his bid as … Continued

Kaine: No Serious 2012 Primary Challenge To Obama

The national Democratic Party chairman says he thinks the chances thatPresident Barack Obama will face a serious primary challenger in 2012 are “virtually nil.” Former Virginia Gov. Timothy M. Kaine says there’s always the possibility that a fringe candidate could try to … Continued

Michael Steele’s Top Aides Quit On Day Of RNC Debate

Michael Steele’s odds for a second term as Republican National Committee chairman grew much longer Monday, as two of his top aides quit and a count of the committee’s 168 members showed no path to a win for the incumbent. Michael … Continued

Majority Of RNC Members Oppose Steele’s Reelection

Steele must go: Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele faces an all-but-impossible path to reelection this month, as a majority of the RNC’s 168 members indicate that they will not support the controversial chairman for another term. A weeklong canvass of … Continued

RNC Sees Deep Red For 2012 Budget

Being $20M in debt should ensure that Chairman Steele is not re-elected: The next chairman of the Republican National Committee will face a money-raising challenge of historic proportions. The unreleased official budget of the RNC reveals that the Republican Party’s … Continued