RSLC Announces First Round of Endorsements of Virginia House Candidates

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WASHINGTON – The Republican State Leadership Committee (RSLC) today announced its first round of pre-primary endorsements and investments in a slate of targeted candidates for Virginia’s House of Delegates. The candidates include: Garrison Coward, Carrie Coyner, D.J. Jordan, Mary Margaret Kastelberg, and GayDonna Vandergriff. “Speaker Cox has done great work to recruit strong candidates that reflect the diverse voices of their communities and … Read More

RSLC Statement on Passing of Oregon State Senator Jackie Winters

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WASHINGTON – Following the passing of Oregon state Senator Jackie Winters (R-Salem), Republican State Leadership Committee President Austin Chambers issued the following statement: “We are deeply saddened by the loss of a strong leader, a fearless pioneer, and a dear friend to our organization. Jackie was a member of our RSLC family, and we are grateful for her service and blessed for all … Read More

Republican State Leadership Committee Announces New Communications Director

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WASHINGTON (May 13, 2019) – The Republican State Leadership Committee (RSLC) today announced its selection of David Abrams to serve as the organization’s new communications director.  “Dave brings with him invaluable political communications experience from competitive races in tough battleground states. He will be a tremendous asset to our team as we continue the work necessary to elect Republican leaders … Read More

This Week in RSLC News: Austin Chambers officially RSLC President, Husted launches InnovateOhio, and more

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IN CASE YOU MISSED IT… Austin Chambers officially became President of the Republican State Leadership Committee (RSLC) on May 1, 2019.  Chambers takes over for Matt Walter who transitioned to a senior strategic consultant position for the RSLC.  Chambers, a native of Georgia, comes to the RSLC after a string of recent campaign victories, including Governor Brian Kemp (former RSSC Chairman), Governor Kay … Read More

This Week in RSLC News: President Trump’s coalition is alive and well after Wisconsin Supreme Court victory

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 IN CASE YOU MISSED IT… In last Sunday’s New York Post, national columnist Salena Zito revisited the recent victory in the Wisconsin Supreme Court race in her piece, This tiny election proves Trump’s coalition is alive and well, where she wrote, “Finally, in the last week before the election, the Republican State Leadership Committee delivered a cash Hail Mary for Hagedorn. Their million-dollar ads prominently showcased … Read More

This Week in RSLC News: Austin Chambers Named RSLC President, Judge Neubauer Concedes Wisconsin Supreme Court Race, and more

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IN CASE YOU MISSED IT…  The Board of Directors of the Republican State Leadership Committee (RSLC) today announced the selection of Austin Chambers as the RSLC’s new President, following the transition of current RSLC President Matt Walter to senior strategic consultant for the organization and on significant projects like RedMap through the completion of the 2020 campaign cycle. Chambers, a native of Georgia, comes to the … Read More

Republican State Leadership Committee Board of Directors Welcomes Austin Chambers

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Chambers is Designated to Serve as RSLC President WASHINGTON (April 11, 2019) – The Board of Directors of the Republican State Leadership Committee (RSLC) today announced the selection of Austin Chambers as the RSLC’s new President, following the transition of current RSLC President Matt Walter to senior strategic consultant for the organization and on significant projects like RedMap through the completion … Read More

ICYMI – What They Are Saying About the Impact of The RSLC’s Judicial Fairness Initiative in This Week’s Wisconsin Supreme Court Race

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Predicated by decades of trial attorneys, the AFL-CIO, and now the Obama-Holder-backed NDRC spending millions on judicial races and litigation, the Daily Kos writes in the wake of this week’s Wisconsin Supreme Court election: “By the by, Democrats have no party-backed answer to the RSLC arm focused on judicial elections.” – Carolyn Fiddler, Daily Kos, April 4, 2019 What was … Read More

This Week in RSLC News: Wisconsin Flips Supreme Court Seat With the Help of the Judicial Fairness Initiative, Michigan Speaker Lee Chatfield Opposes Gas Tax, and more

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THE IMPACT OF THE RSLC… With polls showing Judge Brian Hagedorn down by eight points ten days in advance of Tuesday’s Supreme Court election in Wisconsin, the RSLC’s Judicial Fairness Initiative invested $1.3 million on a targeted tv, digital and mail campaign to promote Hagedorn, helping him to a 6,000 vote victory. Congratulating Hagedorn on his victory, RSLC President Matt Walter declared, “Wisconsin voters knew what … Read More