WASHINGTON -- Even more than in political campaigns, the election for national party chairman depends on the influential people in your corner.
So candidates for chairman of the Republican National Committee are busy lining up endorsements, and St. Louis's entry, Ann Wagner, added one today in conservative luminary Phyllis Schlafly.
Schlafly, reflecting widespread discontent with current RNC head Michael Steele, said in a statement that the Republicans
Schlafly, 86, of St. Louis, is the founder of Eagle Forum and a mainstay for decades in the conservative movement. ... CONTINUED