This category holds links for national committees, affiliated and auxiliary organizations, and fan pages of the Republican Party, the primary center-right political party in the United States. The Party is often referred to as the GOP, or Grand Old Party, and its symbol is the elephant. The Republican Party was founded in 1854 by members of the Free Soil Party and the Conscience Whigs-- members of the Whig Party from the North so called because of their then-radical opposition to slavery. The election of Illinois Republican Abraham Lincoln in 1860 firmly established the Republican Party as a major force in American politics. Other Republican Presidents include Ulysses S Grant, Theodore Roosevelt, Dwight Eisenhower, and Ronald Reagan.
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Republican National Committee
Official Internet home of the Republican National Committee. Updated daily with news and commentary from the RNC.
Seeks more aggressive environmental regulation among Republican lawmakers, and supports candidates who favor environmental regulation.
Political action committee recruits and trains new candidates, campaign staff and activists. Features campaign information, training tapes [MP3], events and volunteer opportunities.
Homeschool Republican
Organization of citizens aged 12 and up who are dedicated to supporting and pledging time to candidates. Features a platform.
Moderate Republicans
Weblog of news and information from a man who wants to "bring the Party of Lincoln back to its roots."
National Teen Age Republicans
Site of the national office of TARS, featuring links to clubs, list of resources and publications available, and leadership conference information.
Republican Governors Association
Newsletters, radio clips and other information about Republican governors.
Republican Jewish Coalition
Jewish Republican lobby group.
Republican Liberty Caucus
A grassroots, nationwide organization affiliated with the Republican Party (GOP). The goal of the RLC is to elect pro-liberty individuals to office.
Republican Main Street Partnership
Four U.S. Senators and 73 U.S. Representatives committed to building a principled but pragmatic center within the Republican party. Provides news and information on the caucus, members, majority members and issues.
Republican National Lawyers Association
A network of Republican attorneys who assist Republican groups, candidates, and office holders with pro bono legal services and through party-building activities. Site lists events, committees, and membership information.
Republican State Leadership Committee
National Section 527 group working to elect down-ballot, state-level Republican officeholders through recruiting candidates and providing research, financial support, and assistance in message development and delivery.
Senate Republican Conference (SRC)
Organization of Republican members in the U.S. Senate, helping senators communicate their priorities directly to the American people using a wide variety of communications resources.
Theocracy Watch
A non-profit public information group committed to exposing the rise of the radical religious right as a political force in the Republican Party.
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