Steve Komarow

RNC: Day One Highlights and A Look Ahead

 CQ News Director, Steve Komarow, shares the important moments from the convention's opening day and previews the schedule ahead....
NY GOP Chairman: Different Voices Make Unity More Difficult
Ed Cox, Richard Nixon's son-in-law, sees similarities and differences between 1968 and 2016

New York State Republican Party Chairman Ed Cox, 69, the son-in-law of former President Richard Nixon, reminisces about his first GOP convention and reflects on how much — and how little — has changed 48 years later.  

Q: For the first time in decades, we might have a contested Republican convention. Your first convention was in 1968 — when Richard Nixon, your future father-in-law, prevailed over Ronald Reagan and Nelson Rockefeller in Miami Beach.