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Topic - Chris Jankowski
Republicans will pick up a minimum of 10 state legislative chambers in November, putting the party in a much stronger position for the coming battles on redistricting and the battle for control of the House, Republican State Legislative Committee Chairman Ed Gillespie predicted Thursday.
Chris Jankowski, president of the Republican State Leadership Committee, said he wasn't concerned if Democrats try to portray the GOP candidates as the "tea party ticket."
"I think the tea party's been a great strength for the Republican Party," he said. "You'll never be able to convince me that bringing new people into the process and participating and supporting your party ... is a bad thing for the Republican Party."