RSLC Weekly Update 9/28/17

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DID YOU KNOW… Daniel Perez defeated Gabriela Mayaudón in the Florida House District 116 special election. “My inspiration is my family and the future of my community. District 116 is home. This is where I grew up, went to high school, and currently live. Being able to represent my family, friends, and neighbors would be the opportunity of a lifetime,” Perez …

This Week in RSLC News: Matt Walter’s Piece in National Review on CT Budget, New Virginia Polls, and more

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DID YOU KNOW… The Democratic Governor of Connecticut, Dan Malloy, is threatening to veto a budget that passed the state legislature with bipartisan support. Republican leaders in the House and the Senate passed a budget in the Democratically controlled legislature with the help of a few Democrats that would balance the state budget without increasing taxes. RSLC President and SGLF Executive …

RSLC’s Future Majority Project Statement Recognizing National Hispanic Heritage Month

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: choffmann@rslc.gop WASHINGTON D.C. (September 15, 2017) — Today, the Republican State Leadership Committee’s (RSLC) Future Majority Project (FMP) issued the following statements celebrating and recognizing the beginning of National Hispanic Heritage Month. Founded in 2011, the Future Majority Project encourages and supports Republican candidates from diverse communities who run for state level offices. “With great appreciation for all …

This Week in RSLC News: President Matt Walter Quoted in Two Articles, Two RLCC Executive Committee Members Forego Statewide Bids, and more

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DID YOU KNOW… House Republicans announced the launch of fairandsimple.gop to advocate for their plan to reform the tax code. The website identifies the goals of the House’s plan to make the tax code simple, affordable, and competitive. NOTEWORTHY NEWS RSLC President Matt Walter was quoted in two articles this week regarding state legislative special elections and the Supreme Court case on Wisconsin’s …

RSSC Board Member Named to POLITICO 50 List, WI State Senator Announces Bid for US Senate, and more

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DID YOU KNOW… There are more diverse Republican candidates running for office in 2017 than there were in 2015. The RSLC’s Future Majority Project has continued to strive to recruit and train diverse candidates who better reflect the full diversity of the United States. NOTEWORTHY NEWS Former staffers of President Obama’s campaign team have formed a new super PAC that will exclusively …

This Week in RSLC News: NC Senate President Dispels Redistricting Myths, Louisiana Lt. Governor Responds to Hurricane Harvey Damage, & more

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DID YOU KNOW… That in the 2016 gubernatorial election in North Carolina the Democratic candidate won only 26 of 100 counties. Compare that to the 1990s when Democrats in North Carolina won on average 55 counties in statewide races. This week North Carolina Senate President Pro Tempore Phil Berger highlighted this drastic shift in a blog post pushing back on the many misleading and false claims by …

RSLC Announces Maximum Contribution to Kelly Langschultz

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   RSLC Announces Maximum Contribution to Kelly Langschultz WASHINGTON, D.C. (August 24, 2017) — Today, the Republican State Leadership Committee donated the maximum contribution of $8,200 to Republican candidate Kelly Langschultz as part of its “Right Women, Right Now” initiative and declared the 38th Senate District in New Jersey as a 2017 Race to Watch. RSLC President Matt Walter released the following statement …