Gillespie: Major GOP Gains in State Legislatures

Friday, 30 Jul 2010 09:41 AM

 

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Former RNC chair Ed Gillespie told a Christian Science Monitor breakfast gathering this week that Democrats are not likely to take control of any additional state legislative chambers -- while Republicans will pick up four chambers with 12 additional Democrat controlled chambers "solidly in play," according to a report by swamppolitics.com.

As states redraw their federal congressional districts to match new census numbers, Gillespie says his Republican State Leadership Committee is slated to double the $22 million raised in the last redistricting period.

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