WHEREAS, Ronna McDaniel has chaired the Republican National Committee (RNC) since January 2017; and
WHEREAS, the RNC is responsible for supporting and electing Republican candidates to federal office; and
WHEREAS, under Chairman McDaniel’s leadership, the GOP lost both houses of Congress and the White House, and seriously underperformed in 2022, further losing ground in the Senate and only barely winning a majority in the House; and
WHEREAS, the grassroots have lost faith in Chairman McDaniel and the RNC and believes the Party needs new leadership that will address deficiencies in fundraising, messaging, GOTV, and election integrity and put the party in closer alignment with its grassroots supporters and voters; and
WHEREAS, a viable candidate who has the experience and vision to address the above problems has offered herself for RNC Chair; and
WHEREAS, Texas has three voting members of the RNC – State Chairman Matt Rinaldi, National Committeeman Dr. Robin Armstrong, and National Committeewoman Toni Anne Dashiell – who are elected by grassroots state convention delegates and who are accountable to the grassroots; now
THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Republican Party of Texas has no confidence in the leadership of Chairman McDaniel and believes she must be replaced as RNC Chair; and
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Republican Party of Texas urges Chairman Matt Rinaldi, National Committeeman Dr. Robin Armstrong, and National Committeewoman Toni Anne Dashiell to pay heed to the grassroots’ profound dissatisfaction with the RNC and to vote for an alternative to replace Chairman McDaniel when the RNC meets in January to elect a Chair.
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