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The Value of a Majority

Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) released the following letter this afternoon to House Republican Members and Members-Elect outlining his commitment to leading the House majority in listening to the American people, and carrying the GOP’s “banner of freedom, economic opportunity and limited government.”  An electronic version of the letter, released in advance of tomorrow’s House leadership elections, can be downloaded here.


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Speaker Boehner Statement on the Results of the 2012 Presidential Election

WASHINGTON, DC – House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) issued the following statement regarding the results of the 2012 presidential election:

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FULL TEXT: Speaker John Boehner's Remarks to the RNC and NRCC's "Election Night 2012"

WASHINGTON, DC – Following is the full text, as prepared for delivery, of House Speaker John Boehner's (R-Ohio) address to the RNC and NRCC's "Election Night 2012."  The speaker said that the re-election of the House GOP majority means there is no mandate to raise taxe rates.  He also said that Republicans are willing to work with any partner to address the big challenges on jobs and the debt that the American people are concerned about.

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Voters Affirm: No Mandate for Raising Tax Rates

With the president's "fiscal cliff" rapidly approaching, Speaker John Boehner said tonight that voters  have sent a clear message: by re-electing a Republican majority to the House of Representatives, the American people have “made clear that there is no mandate for raising tax rates.”

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Speaker Boehner Votes in Ohio, Says Strong Turnout Will Carry Mitt Romney to Victory

At a media availability after voting this morning in West Chester, Ohio, Speaker John Boehner expressed confidence that strong voter turnout will propel Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan to victory in Ohio.  Boehner also said the only question that remains in Congressional races is “How big is our House majority?” Video of Boehner’s remarks, as well as key excerpts, are included below:

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What are we fighting for? More Jobs. More Freedom.

After 45 days on the road for Mitt Romney, Paul Ryan and Republicans running for Congress across America, Speaker John Boehner arrived home in West Chester after concluding a get-out-the-vote bus tour in Ohio.

Click to watch “More Jobs. More Freedom,” with highlights from Boehner’s thousand-mile road trip across the Buckeye State, and be sure to vote tomorrow!   


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Speaker Boehner in West Chester: Ohio is Romney-Ryan Country

Speaker John Boehner welcomed Mitt Romney, Paul Ryan and GOP leaders to his hometown of West Chester tonight for a Victory Rally marking the beginning of the final 72-hour push to Election Day.  Boehner called the event a “proud night” for West Chester, as well as a “call to action,” and urged the thousands of Ohioans in attendance to do their part to help win the Buckeye State for Mitt Romney, Paul Ryan, Josh Mandel, Sharon Kennedy and the entire GOP ticket.  Following is video and full text of Boehner’s remarks, as delivered.  

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Join Speaker Boehner, Gov. Romney and Rep. Ryan in Butler County, Ohio, Friday

With momentum in Ohio moving steadily in Republicans’ direction, Governor Mitt Romney, Congressman Paul Ryan, and top Republican leaders are headed to Speaker Boehner’s hometown in Butler County to kick off the final 72-hour push in the race for the White House on Friday evening. CNN reports that “Aside from Boehner, featured guests… include former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani and Sen. John McCain of Arizona.”

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Weekly Address Highlights: Ann Wagner Highlights GOP Solutions to Get Government Out of the Way & Bring Jobs Home

Delivering the Weekly Republican Address, Congressional candidate Ann Wagner of Missouri “promoted Mitt Romney for president, called for changing the U.S. tax code, which she called a ‘72,000-page monstrosity,’ and urged the repeal of Obama's health care law” to help create a better environment for jobs, the Associated Press reports.  Stressing that America can do better, Wagner said "’This election is not about President Obama the person, it's about his failed presidency and failed leadership,’” according to CNN

Below, you can find additional coverage of the Weekly Republican Address, which is now available for readinglisteningwatching, and downloading:

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