May 2, 2004 |
Campaigning for President Bush, the former head of the Christian Coalition told Nevada Republicans he could not remember the last time he watched a television newscast on CBS, NBC or ABC. Now a regional chairman for the Bush-Cheney campaign, Ralph Reed said he depended on the Internet, conservative talk show hosts and the Fox News Network to get his information about the world. And he urged Nevadans to do the same.
May 7, 2001 |
Ralph Reed, the political consultant who helped mold the Christian Coalition into a national political force, is the new chairman of the Georgia Republican Party. "Last November, we ended the Clinton era. Today marks the beginning of the end of the Barnes, Murphy, Cleland era," Reed said after his election, referring to Georgia's top Democrats--Gov. Roy Barnes, state House Speaker Thomas B. Murphy and U.S. Sen. Max Cleland. Barnes and Cleland face reelection next year.
April 12, 2000 |
A consulting firm run by a top advisor to Republican presidential candidate George W. Bush said Tuesday that, because of "possible misperceptions," it will cease efforts to influence Bush on behalf of client Microsoft.
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May 9, 1998 |
By any account, Ralph Reed and Mario Cuomo make an odd couple. Reed, Christian Coalition founder and conservative political strategist, became the face of the family values movement in the past decade. And Cuomo, former Democratic governor of New York, came to the public's attention for his liberal social stances and opposition to the death penalty. But they shared the stage Friday at a fund-raiser in Irvine for a local mentoring program.
April 28, 1997 |
The two roles of Ralph Reed, who stepped down last week as executive director of the Christian Coalition, collided in almost every major speech he ever delivered. There was Reed the conservative social movement leader who lamented the "moral and spiritual unease" in America, who called on evangelical activists to show humility and tried to rise above partisanship by quoting Martin Luther King Jr. and Bobby Kennedy.
April 24, 1997 |
Ralph Reed, who in eight years as director of the Christian Coalition became a nationally recognized champion for religious conservatives and a useful villain for liberals, announced Wednesday that he will resign his post to become a campaign consultant. Reed, 35, said that the switch would allow him to take a more direct role in Republican politics and that he plans to focus on electing candidates who oppose abortion.