After learning of Joe Carr’s decision to run for the United States Senate, Chip Saltsman has resigned from Carr’s campaign efforts. In his letter of resignation to Carr, Saltsman said in part, “Having learned of your decision to run for the United States Senate, I must resign from your campaign. I signed up to help […]
The Hill: Texas Sen. Ted Cruz and other likely 2016 GOP presidential candidates are sounding populist themes in battleground states, trying to distance themselves from Mitt Romney’s 2012 campaign. Cruz, Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) and former Sen. Rick Santorum (R-Pa.) have been reaching out to working-class voters as they visit states like Iowa and New […]
Chip appeared on “Fox News Sunday” on August 11, with Joe Trippi, to discuss the 2014 and 2016 elections. Click to watch the video…
Chip will appear on “Fox News Sunday” on August 11, with Joe Trippi, to discuss the 2014 and 2016 elections…
I was honored to be named to this year’s list of Campaigns & Elections Magazine “Influencers 500” list. You can read the full list here.
By: James Harrison, Nooga.com: “State Rep. Joe Carr announced Tuesday that Chip Saltsman, a political operative and former campaign manager for Rep. Chuck Fleischmann, will join his 4th District congressional campaign. “Saltsman, who is also a former Tennessee Republican Party chairman and campaign manager for presidential candidate Mike Huckabee, helped lead Fleischmann to congressional victories in […]
“NASHVILLE (AP) – The Washington-based American Federation for Children has hired Republican operative Chip Saltsman to promote school vouchers in Tennessee. “Spokeswoman Kimberly Kump said the group’s minimum objective is to help pass Republican Gov. Bill Haslam’s limited school voucher proposal, but that it would prefer to see the program expanded to be available to […]
Over the past month I have made several appearances on TV to talk about the GOP primary. Watch some of the clips below. “The O’Reilly Factor” “CNBC’S Squak Box” “Fox and Friends” MSNBC’s Iowa Caucus Night Panel
I appeared on “Weekends with Alex Witt” to talk about the failure of Rick Perry and Newt Gingrich to qualify for the Virginia ballot, as well as the state of the race in Iowa about one week before the caucuses.
By: Alexander Burns and Jonathan Martin GREENVILLE, S.C. — In the geographic heart of the Republican Party, the contest for the allegiance of Southern conservatives in the 2012 race is as wide open as ever. Of all the prizes still up for grabs in the GOP presidential primary, few are as desirable as the support […]