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American Majority Project Road Map for a Republican Victory

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Winners will get to draw the map - Local/State -

Last month, The American Majority Project, an independent group that is allowed to accept unlimited contributions, was formed with the backing of such GOP figures as former Tar Heel Rep. Robin Hayes of Concord and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush to raise money for legislative candidates.

The 2010 political season formally opened Monday, with the next nine months potentially having an outsized influence on Tar Heel politics for the next decade.

Republicans' allies eye state legislatures as redistricting nears -

"The American Majority Project (AMP) is the new kid on the block, a 527 group -- meaning it is allowed by law to accept unlimited contributions -- formed in recent days with the backing of Republican heavyweights such as former Florida governor Jeb Bush and an advisory board that includes former congressman Robin Hayes (N.C.), former Republican National Committee chairman Mike Duncan and GOP superlawyer Ben Ginsberg."

Seeking to capitalize on the excitement among Republican potential donors after Scott Brown's stunning capture of a Senate seat in Massachusetts last week, two independent groups focused on helping the party regain state legislative majorities before next year's nationwide redistricting are...


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