Where the RNC Race Stands
Having said the other day that I though Ken Blackwell was unfortunately not picking up traction, I’ve talked to several people who disagree and make a very persuasive case for Blackwell. At the same time, the colossal mud slinging going on is getting funnier by the day and nastier. Here’s the scenario laid out right now.
Where the RNC Chair’s Race Stands
There are two men at the top of list for RNC Chairman: Mike Duncan and Katon Dawson. One of them will be the next chairman. I’m not saying this because I want them, though truth be told I’d be happy with either. I’m saying this because I’ve been surveying RNC members and people on the outside. It seems very clear this is where we stand. | Read More »
Katon Dawson Exposing the Democrat Agenda
I’m off the NYC for work. Never been up there in the winter time. Before I leave, I wanted to make sure you all saw this great video from Katon Dawson, the South Carolina GOP Chair running for RNC Chairman:
Dawson’s Not So “Whites Only” Country Club
Following the spirited defense of SC GOP Chairman Katon Dawson by Glenn McCall (which you can read about in this Minority Report exclusive), we now have reporting from the National Review’s Jim Geraghty that indeed Dawson would not have been aware of the “whites only” rule in the charter. George Bunch, the president of the club, said that the deed’s restriction has been “invalid” since | Read More »
RNC Member Defends SC GOP Chair Katon Dawson Against Racism Charges
This is a cross-post of the Minority Report exclusive that absentee linked to in RedHot the other day. Katon Dawson is the Chairman of the South Carolina Republican Party. He is one of several announced candidates for the Chairmanship of the Republican National Committee. There is much to like about Chairman Dawson. He has ably run the South Carolina Party for the last seven years | Read More »
More on Katon Dawson
Katon Dawson has a column today on Politico, GOP Need Courage of Convictions I agree. Throughout the article, Mr. Dawson demonstrates that he can, indeed, “talk the talk” about what is wrong with the Republican Party and what needs to be done to fix it.