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Walden NRCC Letter

Walden NRCC Letter

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Published by rollcall
Oregon Rep. Greg Walden's letter to his colleagues asking for their vote. Walden is running unopposed for the Chairmanship of the National Republican Congressional Committee.
Oregon Rep. Greg Walden's letter to his colleagues asking for their vote. Walden is running unopposed for the Chairmanship of the National Republican Congressional Committee.

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Dear Colleagues:In 2010, House Republicans won back the majority with the help of our 87 freshmenand went to work to grow our economy and get America back on track. Last week—due to your hard work and the leadership of Chairman Pete Sessions and our team atthe NRCC—we locked into place most of the historic gains we made in the House in2010.But we also came up short in some key races and have important lessons to learnfrom our losses as we go forward into 2014. We also have some solid opportunities topick up seats and we must get started right away to do so.Over the past four years, I have had the privilege to serve as Pete Sessions’ deputy aswe have worked together to transform the NRCC into a member driven organizationwith programs that have purpose and accountability. With Pete’s full support, I nowseek to serve our conference as NRCC chairman, and I ask for your vote.During the 2012 cycle, I donated and raised more than $1.7 million for the NRCC, thePatriot Program, and the Young Guns; traveled around the country to sell the fight forour candidates, and just this year campaigned in 16 states and 34 districts.At the NRCC we played offense, and forced the Democrats to spend resources ontheir own turf. Thanks to your help, the NRCC spent $62 million in 46 districts,outspending the Democrats by $10 million.We enrolled potentially vulnerable members into our Patriot Program early, workedwith them to develop a plan for victory, and raised more than $6 million directly fortheir campaigns. We need to build on the Patriot program as it has helped us eachcycle re-elect valuable members and stay on offense.We recruited a solid and diverse group of candidates into our Young Guns program,and you helped us raise more than $8.5 million for them.We locked in many of our 2010 gains through redistricting, making 109 Republican

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