Royce Retires!

Royce Retires!

Ed Royce announced his retirement on January 8, 2017.
He hasn’t gotten this much attention in one day since…. forever.
FIFTEEN links across the nation!

 

New York Times: Republican Ed Royce Won’t Seek Re-election

The Democrats’ task got a little bit easier on Monday after one of their top Republican targets — Representative Ed Royce of Orange County — announced that after 13 terms, he would join a flood of House Republicans who have decided not to run for re-election. He is the first from California. Mr. Royce …
OCRegister

Ed Royce has been a champion for Orange County and this country and for freedom throughout the world.” There are no other Republicans currently running for his seat and it is unclear who will emerge from the GOP. National Democrats had already targeted his seat in their drive to flip the 24 GOP …
Rep. Ed Royce to retire, joining stream of Republicans leaving Congress

USA TODAY

House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Ed Royce announced Monday that he will not seek re-election, leaving his Orange County, Calif. seat vulnerable to a possible takeover by Democrats in the November election. House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Ed Royce, R-Calif. (Photo: Carolyn …
WRAL.com

(CNN) — California Republican Rep. Ed Royce, the chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, will not seek re-election in November, he announced Monday. In a statement, Royce called it “truly an honor” to represent his Orange County district, and said that in his final year leading the foreign …
HousingWire

Housing finance reform advocate Ed Royce retiring from Congress. Serves on House Financial Services Committee. January 8, 2018. Ben Lane. KEYWORDS California Ed Royce House Financial Services Committees House of Representatives. U.S. Capitol clouds. Rep. Ed Royce, R-California, who …
ABC News

Ed Royce of California, chairman of House Foreign Affairs Committee, says he will not seek re-election. By The Associated Press. WASHINGTON — Jan 8, 2018, 5:33 PM ET. 0 Shares. Email. Star. 0 Shares. Email. Republican Rep. Ed Royce of California, chairman of House Foreign Affairs Committee, …
WPXI Pittsburgh

WASHINGTON (AP) – Republican Rep. Ed Royce of California, chairman of House Foreign Affairs Committee, says he will not seek re-election. Copyright 2018 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
WSB Atlanta

WASHINGTON (AP) – Republican Rep. Ed Royce of California says he will not seek re-election after serving out his 13th term. Royce is the chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee. He says he wants to fully focus his final year as committee chairman on the “urgent threats facing our nation.”.
Orange County Breeze

“It’s truly an honor to represent the people of California’s 39th Congressional District. Every day, it’s my mission to fight for freedom, opportunity and a limited government. In recent years, we’ve made a real difference. From Sacramento to Washington, we’ve enacted critical reforms to combat the modern …
Roll Call

Ed Royce‘s retirement announcement Monday gives them an opportunity to take over a seat without having to defeat an entrenched incumbent who had $3.5 million in his campaign account at the end of September. The scope of the Democratic opportunity in Southern California depends on whether …
House Foreign Affairs Committee

Washington, D.C. – House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Ed Royce (R-CA) issued the following statement: “It’s truly an honor to represent the people of California’s 39th Congressional District. Every day, it’s my mission to fight for freedom, opportunity and a limited government. In recent years …
The Brunswick News

WASHINGTON (AP) — Republican Rep. Ed Royce of California, chairman of House Foreign Affairs Committee, says he will not seek re-election.
Federal News Radio

Ed Royce of California, chairman of House Foreign Affairs Committee, says he will not seek re-election. By The Associated Press. January 8, 2018 5:33 pm. < a min read. WASHINGTON (AP) — Republican Rep. Ed Royce of California, chairman of House Foreign Affairs Committee, says he will not seek re-election