The silent minority
- `Real Republicans' and other nonsense. Cook, Bradford E. // New Hampshire Business Review;09/11/98, Vol. 20 Issue 20, p11
Comments on the definition of party membership by Republican candidates. Domination by Republicans of the New Hampshire House of Representatives and the election of house speaker; Principles shared by Republicans.
- An omen for '98? Barnes, James A. // National Journal;11/08/97, Vol. 29 Issue 45, p2255
Focuses on political activities of the Republican Party of the United States. Result of off-year political races; Bitter disappointment for Democrats.
- On election day, money talked. Germond, Jack W.; Witcover, Jules // National Journal;11/08/97, Vol. 29 Issue 45, p2268
The article discusses the fate of the Republican Party during the national elections of the United States in November 1997. Possibility of congressional defections; Importance of dominating the agenda; Manipulation of tax and abortion rights.
- The Two GOP Campaigns. Schneider, William // National Journal;6/12/99, Vol. 31 Issue 24, p1626
Discusses the issues in the United States' Republican Party regarding selecting of candidate of the mainstream and leader of the movement conservatives for 2000 presidential race. Contenders for the mainstream conservatives; Issue that intensified the division in the party; Reason for the...
- Worrisome Signs for Republicans in 2000. Cook, Charlie // National Journal;11/20/99, Vol. 31 Issue 47/48, p3424
Discusses the challenging issues facing the Republican Party in 2000. Gender gap since the early 1980s; Decline in Grand Old Party affiliation among young people; What the performance of Texas Governor George W. Bush and his party in polls indicates.
- McCain's A-list for `big tent.' Chinni, Dante // Christian Science Monitor;3/7/2000, Vol. 92 Issue 72, p9
Focuses on the problems in the United States Republican Party, and the influence of John McCain to change the party.
- What a Republican rout would mean. Chapman, Stephen // Enterprise/Salt Lake City;09/28/98, Vol. 28 Issue 14, p18
Cites the notable contributions of the Republican Party in the United States making it more favorable than the Democratic Party. Support for the eradication of pornography from the Internet; Push for a tax cut; Advocate of reducing government power and control.
- Handicapping the GOP 2000. Faucheux, Ron // Campaigns & Elections (1996);Jun97, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p5
Opinion. Presents the author's views on the preparation of activities for the Republican's Grand Old Party (GOP) presidential nomination for the year 2000. Possible nominations of Elizabeth Dole, Governor George W. Bush, and Colin Powell; Views on amateur politicians running for GOP presidency.
- GOP isn't dying, but it will have to reach moderate voters to survive. // Inside Tucson Business;8/23/2013, Vol. 23 Issue 12, p17
The author discusses the status of the Republican Party in the U.S. and the importance for them to reach moderate voters to survive.