“We feel really good about our chances of taking the Senate,” Reince Priebus said.
An ad from Agenda Project blamed GOP budget cuts for Ebola deaths.
The Kansas independent is "a major giver to Democrats," the RNC chairman says.
"We've got to win the Senate and we will win the Senate," Priebus said.
The RNC raked in $10.1 million to the Democratic National Committee's $7.4 million.
Republicans have touted their support for the company, hoping to attract young voters.
Priebus said Clinton had "failed" to distance herself from Obama's policies.
Republicans hope they can attract a broader spectrum of voters.
"People are tired of this story," Reince Priebus said.
The RNC chairman laid out a broad critique, including Benghazi.
"What I do know is that the issue is going to come up,” he said.
Harry Reid is replacing Nancy Pelosi as the Republicans' favorite villain.
The RNC chairman writes that Democrats know climate change won't win them elections.
Possible GOP presidential candidate upset over party's direction on gay marriage.
Polls show growing support for gay marriage, Wasserman Schultz noted.
The RNC chairman says Republicans are making gains with women, but need to do more.
Republicans must net six seats to win back the majority in the Senate.
The committee slammed Obama for vacationing after James Foley's killing and Ferguson unrest.
"I think her favorables are way too low for someone who is supposed to be inevitable."
The Republican presidential nominating convention is slated for either June 28 or July 18.
Reince Priebus also said there is consensus that the immigration system is broken.
The limit on individuals' contributions "undermines the First Amendment," Republicans say.
"I’ll believe they’re unbiased when I see it. Until then, our media victories matter," he said.
RNC Chairman Reince Priebus accused the Democratic leader of behaving unethically.