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When the Republican National Committee ("RNC") needed to demonstrate some diversity on-stage at the 2004 Republican National Convention, Erika Harold was happy to help. But now when Erika Harold needs a little help, the RNC apparently can't be bothered.
An Illinois GOP official has resigned from his post after sending a racially charged email attacking a black female congressional candidate.
Allen's comments were immediately met with backlash from GOP officials, including Republican National Committee Chairman
An Illinois Republican Party chairman apologized Wednesday after unleashing a racially charged attack on a black female congressional
If Erika Harold prevails she would become the first female African-American Republican congressman in American history. There have been black male Republican congressmen, but never a black woman on the GOP side from any state.
Former Miss America Erika Harold is set to run for Congress in 2014, mounting a primary challenge against Rep. Rodney Davis (R-Ill.) in Illinois' 13th District.
In 2012, Harold was one of four Republican finalists tapped to replace Rep. Tim Johnson (R-Ill.) on the ballot after the