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Addresses and Phone numbers for the GOP

This is a follow up to this thread:


Here are the addresses and phone numbers for those who wish to express their thoughts about this latest corruption:

Office of the Chairman

Phone: 202-863-8700

Fax: 202-863-8820

Email: Chairman@gop.com

Office of the Co-Chairman

Phone: 202-863-8545Fax: 202-863-8631

Email: Info@gop.com


Accounting, Human Resources,

Building Management, Network Operations

Phone: 202-863-8560Fax: 202-863-8609

Email: Administration@gop.com


Press, Media, Television, Radio

Phone: 202-863-8614Fax: 202-863-8773

Email: RNCommunications@gop.com



Phone: 202-863-8638Fax: 202-863-8654

Email: Counsel@gop.com


Campaign Operations

Voter Programs

Phone: 202-863-8600

Fax: 202-863-8808

Email: Political@gop.com


MarketingDonor Programs

Phone: 202-863-8720

Fax: 202-863-8690

Email: Finance@gop.com

National Committee Member Services

Address ChangesPhone: 202-863-8743

Fax: 202-863-8589

Email: Membershipservices@gop.com

National Committee Member Relations

Winter Meeting

Summer Meeting

Phone: 202-863-8630

Fax: 202-863-8835

Email: MemberRelations@gop.com


Website Questions


Phone: 202-863-8728

Fax: 202-863-8851

Email: ecampaign@gop.com


Phone: 202-863-8889

Fax: 202-863-8885

Government Affairs

Phone: 202-863-8809

Fax: 202-863-8877



Phone: 202-863-8518

Fax: 202-863-8673

Email: coalitions@gop.com


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Ah, thank you...

... I did not hesitate one minute in sending the chairman this email - see below - and I copied all the other emails listed. If someone brings up the topic of Gary Johnson, they are all going to look at each other and say, "Are you thinking what I'm thinking?"

Re: The Future of the Republican Party

I have just sent these comments to FOX's "Campaign Insiders" - see below. Perhaps the GOP establishment could benefit from considering a scenario that foresees the possible end of the GOP as we know it today. Although, there is still time for remedial action.

To FOX Campaign Insiders, in response to a solicitation for comments from the public:

Please don’t take umbrage, but I don’t think you guys are truly campaign insiders. If you were, you would go to the source, Ron Paul’s official website and the Daily Paul website. Check out these links, but make sure you are sitting down, because if you had any familiarity with what these links have to show, you would not be using words such “apparently” and “I believe.” You would know without a shadow of a doubt in which states Ron Paul has the majority of delegates. Heck, even Rachel Maddow knows that, and I bet you think she is a campaign outsider.





If the GOP nominates Romney over Ron Paul, it could well be the end of the GOP. For the first time in decades, the Libertarian Party has a viable presidential candidate, one with a record second to none. Gary Johnson appeals to a broad spectrum of the political landscape and certainly to all the Ron Paul supporters. My prediction is that he will get close to 20% of the votes if Ron Paul is not the GOP nominee. Initial polls will show Johnson at about 8% and then he will move up to above 10% and pretty soon after that 15% and then 20%. Romney’s polls will fall from the high thirties, or maybe even 40%, to below 25%. Once the voters see that Romney is just too mediocre (just a stooge of Goldman Sachs) with no grassroots base to campaign for him, they will desert him for Gary Johnson. The Paul grassroots will migrate to Gary Johnson. Democrats will also go for Gary Johnson, because he doesn’t have a pro life and anti-gay agenda. More importantly, Johnson will poll very high in the swing states. It will become clear that Romney has no hope and if Republicans truly believe in “anyone-but-Obama,” they will vote for Gary Johnson.

Not to get ahead of myself here, but at worse, Johnson could get 20% of the vote in November, which would bring the Libertarian Party into the mainstream. Both parties will feel the effect of the new kid on the block, still only a “teenager” but destined to outgrow them both, because the two wings of the predatory bird in Washington have dumped us into a projected national debt of $20 trillion and jeopardized the American Dream for future generations. (They call it the American Dream, because you have to be asleep to believe it.)

The end the result will be a Republican Party comprising hard-core pro-life, pro-war, pro-Israel, and anti-gay voters. The evangelical church will split in two, because economic realities will best ideologies. The GOP will become a shadow of its former self. Ron Paul can save the Republican Party, enthuse it with millions of young voters who are passionate about their individual freedoms and are willing to accept personal responsibility rather than rely on government for handouts and subsidies.

Please become true insiders (or maybe it takes an outsider like Rachel Maddow and myself to analyze the political landscape properly.) Debate the hard stuff. Face up to reality. It wasn’t too long ago that FOX insisted that Cain, Perry and Bachman were top tier candidates and Paul did not even get a mention. Call it quits when it doesn’t work. (Another prediction: if Lugar loses the primary in Indiana, he will switch parties. Lugar and Specter are cut from the same cloth.)


Plano TX

(WEB) addresses.. not actual

(WEB) addresses.. not actual addresses

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Just sent a lambasting email to all these address and you are lying!!!

Go back to the romney/gop camp and tell them, we are coming to replace the whole corrupted lot of these criminals.

Speaking of, how about this criminal? Are we really stupid enough to elect ANOTHER corrupted criminal as our leader of the free world?



I spoke to...

...Mama and she said we should be kind to strangers.

Plano TX

I got this...

... response within seconds of sending the emails:

Thank you for contacting the Republican National Committee. Our Party’s success depends on the active participation of supporters like you, and we are glad you took the time to write. We believe in listening to as many views as possible from people like you, who represent the Republican Party. Receiving letters and information from members enables us to get a wide range of opinions, which are shared with Republican candidates, officeholders and campaigns. They all value these comments, as do we at the RNC.

Due to the high volume of emails received on a daily basis, it is impossible to send out individual responses. Please be assured that your comments will be read and included in our daily report to Chairman Priebus. Please check our website, www.gop.com, for information on our activities. If you have requested information that we can provide, we will respond as quickly as possible.

Our Party needs your continued support to get our message out to every American. We appreciate you taking the time to share with us your concerns and we hope you will continue to keep us advised of any future concerns.

Constituent Services
Republican National Committee

Plano TX