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“U.S.-funded political party-building work is particularly sensitive in a country like Egypt, which recently opened its political system to Islamist parties hostile to the U.S. and its closest ally in the region, Israel.”
“I expect that I will contribute to Romney's PAC when asked and likely to Palin's if it will undertake the party-building work necessary to prepare the way for a campaign," he explained in an e-mail to CNN.”
“A party-building meeting of the Federation of Independent Parties (FIP), convened by Perot's pollster, Gordon Black, pointedly excluded Fulani and her supporters.”
“But the intra-left acrimony served to obscure the deeper problems with the Green party-building strategy.”
“Republican incumbents got money too, but the GOP also got large sums for party-building efforts.”
“Moreover, he was able to vastly outspend his rival on state and local party-building activities, candidate recruitment and training, and subsidized polling.16 To give a sense of the scale of Republican efforts, by the 1981–82 cycle, rapidly growing PACs would contribute $83.6 million to congressional candidates.”
“Perennially saddled by election-year debt as it sought to stay in the game, the DNC had little chance of making meaningful investments in party-building.18”
“The number of Republicans leaving Congress will cost the GOP millions of dollars in party-building funds for the fall congressional elections, campaign-finance records show.”
“The number of Republicans leaving Congress will cost the GOP millions of dollars in party-building funds for the fall congressional elections, campaign-finance records show. (read more ...)”
“She said she will focus her party-building efforts in that part of the state.”
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