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Subseries 3. GOP, 1977-1978

Scope and Content Notes:

The Republican Party was active especially in the Thornburgh primary campaign for Governor, but also in the general election. Following eight years of a Democratic Governor, the GOP was particularly eager to have a Republican elected. The party’s activity was especially useful in field organization across the state. Thornburgh had not run for office since an unsuccessful 1966 Campaign for Congress, and was from the western part of Pennsylvania; thus it was advantageous to have the GOP participate both in statewide organizing and fundraising. This was particularly true in the primary. The records in this subseries include: leadership lists, correspondence, events, fundraising, drafts, and plans. The material dates from 1977 to 1978.

Folder 27 Leadership Lists, 1977
Folder 28 State Committee Organization “Recommended,” undated
Folder 29 Code of Conduct, draft, 1978
Folder 30 Finances and organization, pre 1978
Folder 31 Correspondence, memos, 1977
Folder 32 DT correspondence, 1977-1978
Folder 33 GOP lists, DT annotated, 1977
Folder 34 11 Month Plan draft, August 1977
Folder 35 11 Month Plan, August 1977–June 1978
Folder 36 Haabestad and GOP for Thornburgh, 1978
Folder 37 By-Law amendment, January–April 1978
Folder 38 Cash reports, July–October 1978
Folder 39 County incentive program, 1978
Folder 40 GOP post primary county statistics, May 1978
Folder 41 GOP lists by county, ward or district, undated