(CNN) - The chairman of the Republican National Committee on Friday predicted the tables would soon turn in the presidential election, saying Americans can expect to see a lot more of Mitt Romney due to fund-raising hauls by the GOP.
"We now are in a position to oustpend (President Barack Obama's re-election effort) on television and tell our story and tell the Mitt Romney story, starting with our convention and going through the fall," Reince Priebus said on CNN's "Starting Point."
(CNN) - Ted Cruz, who defeated an establishment backed candidate in last week's Texas Republican Senate primary, will receive a key speaking slot at the Republican National Convention, a senior GOP official confirms to CNN.
Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus will put out a press release Wednesday announcing that Cruz and four other elected officials including Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi, Puerto Rico Gov. Luis Fortuño and Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens will address the convention.
(CNN) – The Republican National Committee chairman was far from apologetic Monday morning when asked if he took back a recent comment calling Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid a "dirty liar."
"You know there's no triple-down in blackjack but I'll triple down on my comments from yesterday," Reince Priebus said on Fox News. "It's the truth."
Washington (CNN) – For a second straight day, the Republican National Committee is going after President Barack Obama for being what they call the "Outsourcer-In-Chief"
A web video released Wednesday by the RNC highlights what they describe as "President Obama's record of outsourcing taxpayer dollars to create jobs overseas."
(CNN) – Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus plans to visit the Iowa town where President Barack Obama will campaign on Tuesday, continuing a GOP strategy of "bracketing" Obama's public appearances in battleground states.
Priebus will unveil a new website, called ObamanomicsOutsourced.com, which the RNC said will show instances where the president's policies have led to job creation overseas.
(CNN) – Mitt Romney's presidential campaign announced Monday morning that it and the Republican National Committee combined raised $106.1 million in June and finished the month with $160 million cash on hand.
CNN confirmed last week that the Romney campaign and the RNC raised at least $100 million in June.
(CNN) – Reince Priebus, the Republican National Committee chairman, said in a Tuesday interview that he would not abandon GOP Rep. Allen West, who said on Sunday that President Barack Obama wanted Americans to be "slaves."
"He does not want you to have the self-esteem of getting up and earning and having that title of American. He'd rather you be his slave," the Florida congressman said of Obama at a rally in Port St. Lucie, according to CNN affiliate WPTV.
(CNN) – The Republican confusion over what to call a fine in President Barack Obama's health care law gained little clarity Tuesday, as the party's chairman adamantly called the fee a "tax" the day after a senior Mitt Romney adviser insisted it was a "penalty."
Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus said on CNN's "Starting Point" that he, along with other Republicans, were calling it a "tax" because the Supreme Court ruled last week it was only constitutional if viewed that way.
(CNN) - Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus tells CNN Chief National Correspondent John King that President Barack Obama missed his opportunity to lead as job creation slows.
(CNN) – Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus framed Tuesday's recall election in Wisconsin as a referendum on the Democratic Party that he said will face further obstacles in the presidential election if incumbent Republican Gov. Scott Walker is victorious.
"If Walker wins next Tuesday, which we are very confident he will, Obama's going to have a much tougher road ahead in Wisconsin this fall," Priebus said Wednesday on a conference call with reporters of the state Obama won by almost 15% in 2008. "Certainly if Wisconsin goes red I think it's lights out for Barack Obama."