Freedom Writer |
September 1998 | ralph.html
Ralph Reed left the Christian Coalition to start Century Strategies, in an effort to elect 100 Religious Right "pro-family, pro-faith, pro-free enterprise" candidates to Congress over the next 10 years. Reed's Atlanta-based political consulting organization has 27 candidate-clients for various state and national offices in the fall elections. Reed's performance this year may determine whether he gets to run the 2000 Republican presidential nominee's campaign.
Some of Reed's high-profile Republican candidates running for reelection include: Governor Fob James, Jr., of Alabama; Sen. Richard Shelby, of Alabama; Sen. Paul Coverdale, of Georgia; and Rep. Jan Dickey, of Arkansas.