California's Harmeet Dhillon Honored as 2018 Republican Lawyer of the Year

The RNLA is pleased to announce that Harmeet Dhillon has been named the 2018 Republican Lawyer of the Year:

The Board of Governors of the Republican National Lawyers Association (RNLA) has named Harmeet K. Dhillon of California the 2018 Republican Lawyer of the Year. Ms. Dhillon was selected as the 2018 Republican Lawyer of the Year in recognition of her outstanding professional accomplishments and years of service to the Republican Party and its ideals. She will be honored at a reception and luncheon at the Capitol Hill Club in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday, November 14.

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Absentee Ballot Mishandling Raises Questions about NM Congressional Race Results

New Mexico has yet again proven that the feudal system and political corruption is alive and well in the Land of Enchantment. On election night, Republican Yvette Herrell led Democrat Xochitl Torres Small by 1,972 votes and was declared a winner by several news outlets, but then the Dona Ana County Clerk found 8,000 absentee ballots that still needed to be added to the total. By the end of Wednesday, Torres Small had a substantial, 2,700 vote lead over Herrell; therefore making Torres Small the winner, not Herrell.

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Jeff Sessions Restored the Rule of Law to DOJ

Today, Jeff Sessions resigned as Attorney General of the United States, and President Trump announced that Sessions' Chief of Staff, Matthew Whitaker, will be the Acting Attorney General.  Under Attorney General Sessions, the Department of Justice has returned to respecting the rule of law and enforcing and supporting the law as written, instead of pursuing a partisan agenda as it did under President Obama.

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No Evidence to Substantiate any of the Claims Against Judge Kavanaugh

The Senate Judiciary Committee released a report into the attempted smear of then-Judge Kavanaugh during his confirmation hearings.  The first paragraph is below. 

In the weeks leading up to Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s Senate confirmation vote on October 6, 2018, investigators from the United States Senate Committee on the Judiciary (“Committee”) diligently pursued all relevant allegations made against the nominee. This memorandum summarizes the Committee’s work and provides a status update on the Committee’s ongoing efforts to review and address additional matters that arose during the course of the investigation, including potential violations of Senate rules, potential witness tampering, and potential false statements made to the Committee in violation of federal law.

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RNLA Statement on Open, Fair, and Honest Elections

As we look ahead to Election Day 2018 next week, the RNLA is often asked what we do for elections.  Today, we released a statement on the importance of open, fair, and honest elections:

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Questions in the Aftermath of Democrats' Kavanaugh Smear

Almost four weeks after Justice Brett Kavanaugh was sworn in, the mainstream media and Democrats have gone strangely silent on the accusations with which they were so eager to smear then-Judge Kavanaugh while his confirmation was pending:

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Google Censors Republican Candidate and Protects Liberal Extremists

Political observers may remember that when Rep. Marsha Blackburn launched her campaign for Senate in Tennessee last year, Twitter blocked her campaign announcement because the pro-life content in the ad was "an inflammatory statement that is likely to evoke a strong negative reaction."  After a public backlash, Twitter eventually backed down.

Silicon Valley liberals, this time at Google, are again censoring an ad from Rep. Blackburn:

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How Dogs, Non-Citizens, and Lawyers Are Messing Up Our Elections

Election Day 2018 is just a week away, and already there have been reports of serious election administration problems around the country.  Here are a few examples.

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Still Bipartisan Support for Photo Voter ID in Latest Poll

The Pew Research Center released a new, extensive poll on election issues today.  This poll shows that Americans still support a requirement that voters show photo voter ID at the polls prior to voting by strong bipartisan margins:

And although about nine-in-ten Republicans (91%) favor requiring a photo ID to vote, a smaller 63% majority of Democrats favor this policy.

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Abortion Lobby Continues to Smear Judge Kavanaugh Even as Media Backs Off

The fallout from the Kavanaugh smear continues with some on the left doubling down on the smears regarding Justice Kavanaugh drugging and organizing rape trains of teenagers and with others backing off.  This is all a result of Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley’s 29 page letter referring Trump-hater lawyer Michael Avenatti and his “witness” Julie Swetnick to the FBI for criminal investigation for providing false statements, obstructing investigations, and conspiracy during Kavanaugh’s confirmation. 

Yesterday, NBC did a mea culpa claiming that they had been deceived by Avenatti:

 

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