The Press & Argus story describes Mr. Rogers as an "enforcer" for the NRCC; he's already been dubbed "Top Cop" by Roll Call and "a powerhouse fundraiser" by Politico.
Here in the Neighborhood, we've known about his strong-arm efforts on behalf of the party for quite a while. Regular readers know that Mr. Rogers is willing to give 110% when it comes to retaining jobs for his GOP colleagues: one-on-one meetings with at-risk incumbents to develop individualized campaign goals, weekly meetings with GOP leadership, weekly meetings with NRCC directors, and keeping close tabs on Patriot Program members, right down to the level of call time, volunteer recruitment and local press.
How local, you ask? Well, Mr. Rogers has carved out time to be the headliner at next month's "Pancakes and Politics" fundraiser hosted by the Macomb County Republican Party ("Aggressive - Visible - Organized").
I can't help but wish that Mr. Rogers was willing to spend this kind of time and energy on the at-risk workers right here in his own district.