We are honored that we were asked by the Illinois Republican Party to power their Online Presidential Straw Poll," said Adam Kravitz, CEO of eVoter, Inc.
What does IRP stand for?
IRP stands for Illinois Republican Party
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We have 295 other meanings of IRP in our Acronym Attic
- Inactive Reserve Officer Status Branch
- Iranian Research Organization for Science and Technology
- In-Cell Rise-Over-Thermal
- International Relations Organization at Virginia Tech (Blacksburg, VA)
- Institute for Research on Women (Albany, NY)
- IROW (not an acronym; formerly Industrial Recyclers of Wisconsin)
- International Radio Occultation Working Group (Coordination Group for Meteorological Satellites)
- Institute for Research on World Systems (social, physical science; University of California-Riverside)
- I/O Request Packet (Microsoft Windows NT)
- Ian Randle Publishing
- Image Rejection Processor
- Immediate Response Please
- Immigration Representation Project (various locations)
- Implantable Retinal Prosthesis
- Improved Radar Program
- Improved Response Program
- Incident Reporting Procedure
- Incident Response Planning (various organizations)
- Incident Response Program (banking)
- Independent Research Project
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Illinois Republican Party has dumped a Senate hopeful after making claims that his GOP rival is gay, CBS News reported.
Maybe the party should lease it to the Illinois Republican Party, at least for the time being.
In August 2007, he had an impressive third-place showing -- with 19 percent -- at the Illinois Republican Party presidential straw poll in Springfield.
He is a civil libertarian who has formed an exploratory committee to consider seeking the 2006 Illinois Republican Party gubernatorial nomination.
Paul had a strong third place showing - with 19 percent - at the Illinois Republican Party presidential straw poll in Springfield.
Chamber gave the bulk of its money to the Illinois Republican Party, which spent the funds on the Supreme Court race.
Both the Illinois Republican Party and the Civil Justice League have reported recent receipts from the U.