Washington, D.C. – The Republican State Leadership Committee (RSLC) President Chris Jankowski, on behalf of the Republican Secretaries Of State Committee (RSSC) announced the 2013 RLCC Executive Committee.
“Republican Secretaries of State serve on the front lines to ensure free and fair elections, work with candidates to meet the qualification requirements to run for office and perform important economic duties in their states,” said Jankowski. “I commend Secretary Brian Kemp for his leadership, and look forward to working with the executive committee to expand the number of Republicans holding these important offices.”
Founded in 2007, the RSSC works to elect Republican Secretaries of State across the nation. Currently, Republicans hold 29 of the nation’s Secretary of State Offices.
2013 RSSC EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEMBERS
Brian Kemp, Georgia – Chairman
Ken Bennett, Arizona
Dianna Duran, New Mexico
Scott Gessler, Colorado
Tre Hargett, Tennessee
Jon Husted, Ohio
Kim Wyman, Washington
About the RSCC
The Republican Secretaries of State Committee (RSSC) is committed to electing Republican secretaries of state across the country. The Republican State Leadership Committee (RSLC) welcomed the RSSC to its group of programs in 2007 and since then, the committee has assisted in Republican victories across the country. Following the 2012 election cycle, Republicans held 29 of the 50 secretaries of state offices nationwide.
About the RSLC
The Republican State Leadership Committee (RSLC) is the largest caucus of Republican state leaders in the country and the only national organization whose mission is to elect down-ballot, state-level Republican officeholders. Since 2002, the RSLC has been working to elect candidates to the office of lieutenant governor, attorney general, secretary of state and state legislator. The RSLC has more than 100,000 donors in all 50 states. In the 2011-2012 election cycle, the RSLC invested in 42 states, breaking previous fundraising and political spending records, set in 2009-2010, with an increase in fundraising by 28 percent to $39 million and an increase in direct political spending by 35 percent to $27 million. This cycle’s effort picked up six new legislative chambers, saw a net gain in over 30 chambers, created or expanded 16 Republican supermajorities and picked up two new attorneys general. Additionally, the RSLC successfully launched the Future Majority Project, spending more than $5.5 million in direct support of Republican candidates of Hispanic descent and women, and investing to expand digital outreach efforts to millennial voters. To learn more about the RSLC, please visit www.RSLC.com or follow @RSLC on Twitter.