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The Republican National Committee will compress its presidential nominating contest.

The Oregonian reports on "an exodus of Republican lawmakers leaving at the end of next year."

The long-time Republican farm team is picking new coaches.

The Wisconsin governor may be building a platform for a 2016 presidential bid.

Republicans in Washington looking to reestablish supremacy over tea party supporters are banking on the Ryan-Murray budget deal.

RNC member Dave Agema said gays want health-care benefits to cover AIDS medicine.

The generic ballot favors Republicans, and Obama's numbers are terrible. Democrats should be worried.

At the annual RGA conference, it's Chris Christie's party.

Chris Christie and John Kasich moved to expand Medicaid. Their rivals won't forget that.

The Indiana governor hints that he's not out of the 2016 running.

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