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Topic - Ron Weiser
Even in retirement, Barney Frank plans to antagonize conservatives.
Although we live in a post-Citizens United world of super PACs, the national party committees re- main relevant, in fact, vital, to winning national campaigns.
Reince Priebus, just over a month into his term as Republican National Committee chairman, is cutting costs and cultivating the party's donor base in an aggressive bid to fix the national party's tattered balance sheet.
Rep. Bart Stupak, the Michigan Democrat who led a months-long battle with President Obama and his party's leaders over abortion language before ultimately supporting their health care bill, said Friday he won't seek re-election this year.
"Bart Stupak is the first casualty of the Obamacare vote," said Michigan Republican Party Chairman Ron Weiser.
He added: "And it does make a difference."