NRCC Spends $300,000 on Survey Research; McSally, Curbelo, Hurd Get Shout-Outs in Republican Address

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Jack Fitzpatrick
Aug. 4, 2014, 7:20 a.m.

The Na­tion­al Re­pub­lic­an Con­gres­sion­al Com­mit­tee re­por­ted spend­ing more than $300,000 on sur­vey re­search on 10 Demo­crat­ic can­did­ates: Rep. Ann Kirk­patrick (D-AZ 01), Rep. Ron Barber (D-AZ 02), former con­gres­sion­al staffer Aman­da Renter­ia (D-CA 21), Rep. Scott Peters (D-CA 52), former state House Speak­er An­drew Ro­man­off (D-CO 06), at­tor­ney Gwen Gra­ham (D-FL 02), Rep. John Bar­row (D-GA 12), Rep. Bill En­yart (D-IL 12), in­vestor Sean Eldridge (D-NY 19), Rep. Nick Ra­hall (D-WV 03). (Hot­line re­port­ing)

WALDEN MEN­TIONS TOP CHAL­LENGERS IN WEEKLY RE­PUB­LIC­AN AD­DRESS. NR­CC Chair­man Greg Walden (R-OR 02) men­tioned re­tired Air Force pi­lot Martha Mc­Sally (R-AZ 02), Miami-Dade County school board mem­ber Car­los Cur­belo (R-FL 26), and former CIA agent Will Hurd (R-TX 23) as three of the top Re­pub­lic­an chal­lengers this cycle when he gave the weekly Re­pub­lic­an ad­dress on Sat­urday. (The Hill)


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