Republican National Committee

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The Republican National Committee (or RNC) is the official organization representing the Republican Party in American politics.

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Responsibilities

The primary responsibilities of the RNC are as follows:

  • Developing and promoting the Republican political platform.
  • Coordinating fundraising and election strategy.
  • Organizing and running the Republican National Convention.

When he became RNC Chairman in 2005, Ken Mehlman listed as his goals:

  • Enacting and articulating the party’s reform agenda.
  • Deepening and broadening the party’s membership.
  • Working to elect the best candidates in 2005, 2006 and 2008.
  • Institutionalizing a grassroots focus.

Leadership

  • Mike Duncan, Chairman
  • Jo Ann Davidson, Co-Chairman
  • Kelly McCullough, Chief of Staff
  • Brian Jones, Communications Director
  • Danny Diaz, Deputy Communications Director
  • Matt Rhoades, Research Director and Deputy Communications Director
  • Tracey Schmitt, Press Secretary
  • Tara Wall, Director of Outreach Communications
  • Michael Turk, eCampaign Director
  • Mindy Finn, Deputy eCampaign Director
  • Robert M. Duncan, Counsel

Contact details

Republican National Committee
310 First Street, SE
Washington, DC 20003
Phone: 202 863-8500
Fax: 202 863-8820
E-mail: info AT rnc.org
Web: http://www.rnc.org

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