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October 28, 1990 | ROBERT W. STEWART, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Response Dynamics Inc., the slick, direct-mail house that raises millions of dollars for Rep. Robert K. Dornan and other prominent conservatives, represents the cutting edge of modern political fund raising, according to both its admirers and detractors. "We probably mail more political mail than anybody else," said RDI Chairman David A. Kunko. "The results are there. That's why people come to us." One trade journal has ranked RDI, based in Vienna, Va.
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October 28, 1990 | ROBERT W. STEWART, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Response Dynamics Inc., the slick, direct-mail house that raises millions of dollars for Rep. Robert K. Dornan and other prominent conservatives, represents the cutting edge of modern political fund raising, according to both its admirers and detractors. "We probably mail more political mail than anybody else," said RDI Chairman David A. Kunko. "The results are there. That's why people come to us." One trade journal has ranked RDI, based in Vienna, Va.
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October 28, 1990 | ROBERT W. STEWART, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Every three weeks, Rep. Robert K. Dornan posts a long letter to 25,000 of his conservative soulmates, many of them elderly and most hundreds of miles removed from his Orange County congressional district. One letter begins with a folksy anecdote about the birth of a grandchild, another with a strident call to arms over the latest liberal assault on traditional values. All the letters end the same way--with an urgent appeal for money. "There are so many battles yet to be fought," Dornan writes.
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September 20, 1998 | ESTHER SCHRADER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The challenger is talking strategy in his Garden Grove headquarters with a top advisor. "Dad," the advisor asks, waving a sign, "should we put another one up on the door outside?" Two miles away, in the incumbent's local campaign office, the political operatives are too busy to worry about signs. What's more important is this week's media buy. And there are key calls to make: to singer Jackson Browne's agent, the campaign consultants, the pollsters.
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June 22, 2005 | Robin Abcarian, Times Staff Writer
Michael Davidson, Republican of Berkeley, is standing in the circular, two-story foyer of a Mediterranean dream home in a gated neighborhood in Laguna Niguel, sounding every bit like a headliner at a political fundraiser -- which he is. Davidson, 25, is running for chairman of the College Republican National Committee, a powerful grass-roots organization with thousands of members and a multimillion-dollar budget.
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October 28, 1990 | ROBERT W. STEWART, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Every three weeks, Rep. Robert K. Dornan posts a long letter to 25,000 of his conservative soul-mates, many of them elderly and most of them hundreds of miles removed from his Orange County congressional district. One letter begins with a folksy anecdote about the birth of a grandchild, another with a strident call to arms over the latest liberal assault on traditional values. But all the letters end the same way--with an urgent appeal for money.
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