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Despite Success, Michael Steele Under Fire by Republicans

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By James Wright, Special to the NNPA from The Washington Informer –

Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele's term ends in January 2011, and he has not definitely said whether he will run again for the position. Steele is being criticized by party activists for being ineffective despite the fact that he played a key role in the GOP's success in the recent midterm elections. Steele said that the country came back to the Republican Party after two years of failed policies supported by President Obama.

"The American people signaled that they wanted change on Nov. 2," Steele said to a group of reporters at the Republican National Committee headquarters in Southeast Washington, D.C. "They did not want health care reform, which is the worse piece of legislation passed by Congress. They did not want the policies of Obama, [Sen. Harry] Reid and [U.S. House Speaker Nancy] Pelosi to continue.”

During the 2010 midterm elections, the Republicans recaptured control of the U.S. House of Representatives. The GOP picked up 6 seats in the U.S. Senate but the Democrats still have control of that chamber with 51 Democrats, 2 Independents and 47 Republicans.

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