Statement From RNC Chairman Michael Steele On The 46th Anniversary Of The 1964 Civil Rights Act

WASHINGTON – Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairman Michael Steele released the following statement today:

“Forty-six years ago, one of the most significant pieces of legislation became the law of the land, helping to open doors that had been shut for so many Americans because of racial or gender discrimination. The passage of the . . . → Read More: Statement From RNC Chairman Michael Steele On The 46th Anniversary Of The 1964 Civil Rights Act

Chairman Steele’s Comments on Latest Primary Results

Dear RNC Members,

We had some great press this week, from the primaries to Chairman Steele’s media hits. Below are some of the highlights from our press shop. Have a great weekend.

*Democrats Running for the Hills:* Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele published an OpEd in the Daily Caller on Friday, June 11 highlighting . . . → Read More: Chairman Steele’s Comments on Latest Primary Results

On the Observance of Caribbean-American Heritage Month

(WASHINGTON) – Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairman Michael Steele released the following statement today:

“Each year during June, we honor Caribbean-American Heritage Month as we recognize the countless contributions Caribbean Americans have provided our Nation. For generations Caribbean Americans have immigrated to America pursuing a better life for both themselves and their family and with . . . → Read More: On the Observance of Caribbean-American Heritage Month

One Step Closer to Firing Nancy Pelosi

This weekend, thanks to the generous support of RNC Sustaining Members like you, Charles Djou was elected to the U.S. House in Hawaii’s 1st Congressional District.

The race was decided by only a few thousand votes. Democrats and liberal special interests were determined to keep this seat in Democrat hands — a seat they had . . . → Read More: One Step Closer to Firing Nancy Pelosi

In Case You Missed It: Democrats fail on school program

(Washington | CNN) – Fifty-six years ago, the U.S. Supreme Court affirmed in Brown v. Board of Education what our founders declared self-evident – that all men are created equal.

Until President Lincoln and the Republican Party abolished the horror of slavery, my ancestors were legally treated as mere chattel. Sadly, emancipation didn’t translate to . . . → Read More: In Case You Missed It: Democrats fail on school program