This Week in RSLC News: The Myth of “Nonpartisan” Ballot Initiatives, Mike Turzai Re-Elected as Pennsylvania Speaker of the House, and more

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IN CASE YOU MISSED IT… RSLC President Matt Walter, in an interview with the New York Times, pushed back on many of the so-called “nonpartisan” statewide ballot initiatives in 2018 which focused on removing power from state legislators to draw state legislative and Congressional district lines. “Cleverly worded ballot measures regarding redistricting are often nothing more than Democrat politics wrapped in some sort … Read More

This Week in RSLC News: Louisiana Secretary of State Runoff Election, Speaker Moore Re-Elected as N.C. Speaker of the House, and more

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IN CASE YOU MISSED IT… Louisiana Republican Secretary of State Kyle Ardoin won the runoff election to fulfill the remaining term of the office. Ardoin has been serving in the role since May and will be up for re-election for a full term in November 2019. “The secretary of state’s office is turning the page and entering a new chapter, a chapter I … Read More

This Week in RSLC News: Republican Wins Georgia Secretary of State Runoff, Leadership Elections Across the Country, and more

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IN CASE YOU MISSED IT… Republican state Representative Brad Raffensperger won the Georgia Secretary of State runoff election on Tuesday despite being significantly outraised by his Democrat opponent in the final weeks of the campaign. “Brad Raffensperger represents the embodiment of the RSLC’s mission to build quality candidates to meet the needs of leadership tomorrow in his ascension from state representative to Georgia’s … Read More

RSLC Congratulates Brad Raffensperger on His Decisive Victory for Georgia Secretary of State

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE David James djames@rslc.gop RSLC Congratulates Brad Raffensperger on His Decisive Victory for Georgia Secretary of State WASHINGTON – The Republican State Leadership Committee (RSLC) is pleased to congratulate Secretary of State-Elect Brad Raffensperger. “Brad Raffensperger represents the embodiment of the RSLC’s mission to build quality candidates to meet the needs of leadership tomorrow in his ascension from state representative … Read More

RSLC Spotlights Senator Sharon Hewitt of Louisiana

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE David James djames@rslc.gop RSLC Spotlights Senator Sharon Hewitt of Louisiana WASHINGTON (December 3, 2018) – Senator Sharon Hewitt (District 1), a veteran deep-water energy engineer, and vanguard for women playing a leadership role in the oil and gas industry, is the embodiment of the Republican State Leadership Committee’s (RSLC) Future Majority Project (FMP) and Right Women, Right … Read More

This Week in RSLC News: New Leadership in West Virginia Senate, Karl Rove Op-ed on Redistricting, and more

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IN CASE YOU MISSED IT… RSLC President Matt Walter declared, “Round one of the 2020 redistricting conversation has gone to the Republicans,” in an interview with The Hill about the consequences of the 2018 midterm elections in regards to the 2020 redistricting process. In the interview, Walter, additionally, remarked that Democrats have increased the national spotlight on the importance of redistricting saying, “The … Read More

Future Majority Project and Right Women, Right Now Initiatives Help Elect 160 Female and 20 Diverse Republican Down Ballot Candidates

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TO:                      Interested Parties FROM:                Neri Martinez, Executive Director, Future Majority Project DATE:                 November 26th, 2018 RE:                      Future Majority Project and Right Women, Right Now Update FMP/RWRN 2018 Summary Since 2011, when the Republican State Leadership Committee’s (RSLC) Future Majority Project (FMP) and Right Women, Right Now (RWRN) initiatives were launched, the RSLC has helped elect over 120 new diverse and … Read More

This Week in RSLC News: Michigan Legislative Leadership Elections, FMP/RWRN Successes, and more

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IN CASE YOU MISSED IT… The RSLC’s Future Majority Project and Right Women, Right Now initiatives helped elect over 165 new female and 20 new diverse Republican state legislators on Election Night. Many of these dynamic candidates flipped previously Democrat-held districts such as West Virginia Delegate-elect Caleb Hanna and Maryland Senator-elect Mary Beth Carrozza, who were both featured on the RSLC’s “18 in … Read More

More from Tuesday Night:  RSLC Racks Up Major Statewide Wins

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE David James djames@rslc.gop More from Tuesday Night:  RSLC Racks Up Major Statewide Wins WASHINGTON (November 13, 2018) – The Republican State Leadership Committee (RSLC), the largest caucus of Republican state leaders in the country and the only national organization whose mission is to elect Republicans to multiple down-ballot, state-level offices, including lieutenant governor (RLGA), secretary of state (RSSC), … Read More

This Week in RSLC News: Election Night Recap

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DID YOU KNOW… After Tuesday night’s results, Republicans still hold 62 of 99 legislative chambers including both chambers in every state President Trump won in 2016. On Wednesday, the RSLC released its post-election memo, entitled “The Republican Realignment in the States,” detailing the Republican successes at the state level in the 2018 midterms. “A constellation of new liberal groups spent tens of … Read More