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    CRP Chairman Ron Nehring's Update from the RNC Winter Meetings

    By netboots, on Jan 27, 2010

    [Source: California Republican Party News]

    California State Party Chairman Ron Nehring is attending the RNC Winter Meetings in Hawaii and has posted an update on the Flash Report website...check it out HERE.

    An Evening with Hon. Condoleezza Rice

    By netboots, on Jan 25, 2010

    [Source: California Republican Party News]

    <a onblur="try {parent.deselectBloggerImageGracefully();} catch(e) {}" href="http://www.faithfancher.org/pdfs/Condi_Save_the_Date.pdf"><img style="margin: 0px auto 10px; display: block; text-align: center; cursor: pointer; width: 243px; height: 320px;" src="http://www.cagop.org/blog/uploaded_images/Condi.Save.the.date-768094.JPG" alt="" border="0" /></a><br />To view PDF click <a href="http://www.faithfancher.org/pdfs/Condi_Save_the_Date.pdf">here</a>:<br /><a href="http://www.faithfancher.org/pdfs/Condi_Save_the_Date.pdf">http://www.faithfancher.org/pdfs/Condi_Save_the_Date.pdf</a><div class="blogger-post-footer"><img width='1' height='1' src='https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/tracker/4415342305243133312-6332376864888399043?l=blog.cagop.org' alt='' /></div>

    Union Members Backed Scott Brown While Union Officials Backed Coakley

    By netboots, on Jan 20, 2010

    [Source: California Republican Party News]

    The gap between union leaders and union members has once again come to light as it was revealed this week that the majority of union households in Massachusetts voted for Republican Scott Brown, while the leadership of the state's AFL-CIO labor union backed Democrat Martha Coakley.<br /><br />On December 18, Massachusetts AFL-CIO President Robert Haynes <a href="http://www.massaflcio.org/martha-coakley-receives-unanimous-endorsement-massachusetts-afl-cio">declared</a>,<br /><blockquote>"The Massachusetts AFL-CIO is proud to stand with Martha Coakley because of her proven record of fighting for working families and because of her career of public service. Our Attorney General has always stood for fairness, justice, and opportunity for working families. The Massachusetts AFL-CIO will work hard during this short campaign to add Martha's voice, values, and talents to the U.S. Senate."</blockquote>Yet, while union officials predictably threw their weight (and members' money) behind Democrat Coakley, union members chose to make up their own mind. In polling data <a href="http://hotlineoncall.nationaljournal.com/archives/2010/01/aflcio_brown_wi.php">released</a> January 21st, the AFL-CIO itself reported that union households supported Republican Scott Brown over Democrat Coakley 49%-46%.<br /><br />Once again, union workers were forced to sit back and watch as the resources they pay into their union are used to support candidates they oppose.<div class="blogger-post-footer"><img width='1' height='1' src='https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/tracker/4415342305243133312-7457631284965581169?l=blog.cagop.org' alt='' /></div>

    Union Members Backed Scott Brown While Union Officials Backed Coakley

    By netboots, on Jan 20, 2010

    [Source: California Republican Party News]

    The gap between union leaders and union members has once again come to light as it was revealed this week that the majority of union households in Massachusetts voted for Republican Scott Brown, while the leadership of the state's AFL-CIO labor union backed Democrat Martha Coakley.

    On December 18, Massachusetts AFL-CIO President Robert Haynes declared,

    "The Massachusetts AFL-CIO is proud to stand with Martha Coakley because of her proven record of fighting for working families and because of her career of public service. Our Attorney General has always stood for fairness, justice, and opportunity for working families. The Massachusetts AFL-CIO will work hard during this short campaign to add Martha–s voice, values, and talents to the U.S. Senate."

    Yet, while union officials predictably threw their weight (and members' money) behind Democrat Coakley, union members chose to make up their own mind. In polling data released January 21st, the AFL-CIO itself reported that union households supported Republican Scott Brown over Democrat Coakley 49%-46%.

    Once again, union workers were forced to sit back and watch as the resources they pay into their union are used to support candidates they oppose.