Centrist House Republicans establish Tuesday Group PAC

Bolton, Alexander
July 2007
Hill;7/11/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 83, p3
The article reports on the establishment of a political action committee (PAC) by Centrist Republicans in the U.S. House. The new PAC aims to protect the seats of the Republicans and elect new lawmakers who share their ideology. The committee is called the Tuesday Group PAC which takes its name from a group of Republican centrists who meet weekly in the basement of the Capitol where they discuss their policy priorities.


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