[ No headline ]

How hard will the White House be pushing for the congressional victory in '82 ? Not too hard, it appears.

Reagan's chief political operative, Lyn Nofziger, is slated to leave the White House this January. Now comes word that Ed Rollins, a Nofziger deputy and Reagan's key Western political strategist, is heading home to California Nov. 1 to mastermind the gubernatorial campaign of Lt. Gov. Mike Curb.

That will leave the White House with just two deputy assistants to the president for political affairs -- just as the 1982 congressional elections begin to gather steam.

Nofziger and rollins, both widely respected political strategists, reportedly are disappointed by the White House's lack of commitment to a strong political operation.m

About these ads
Sponsored Content by LockerDome

We want to hear, did we miss an angle we should have covered? Should we come back to this topic? Or just give us a rating for this story. We want to hear from you.

Loading...

Loading...

Loading...

Save for later

Save
Cancel

Saved ( of items)

This item has been saved to read later from any device.
Access saved items through your user name at the top of the page.

View Saved Items

OK

Failed to save

You reached the limit of 20 saved items.
Please visit following link to manage you saved items.

View Saved Items

OK

Failed to save

You have already saved this item.

View Saved Items

OK