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Jonathan Collegio

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Spokesman for American Crossroads, a super PAC co-founded by Karl Rove, which is setting up the Conservative Victory Project, an effort to identify and support "electable" Republican candidates

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Ronald Reagan's advice to party colleagues was, "never speak ill of another Republican."

Pragmatism and Principle Are Dividing the GOP

Ronald Reagan's advice to party colleagues was, "never speak ill of another Republican."

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A  county sheriff  in Indiana, a  retired Army colonel  in Kentucky, a  former pro quarterback and evangelical Christian  in North Carolina: they're pro-business and opposed to…

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