Contribute
Connect with the GOP:

State Leadership

Connect With Gop Groups Choose Your State

Texas Leadership

Republican Party of Texas

| http://www.texasgop.org/

Phone: 512.477.9821 Fax: 512.480.0709

1108 Lavaca, Suite 500 Austin, Texas 78701

@TexasGOP     Like on Facebook


State Chairman

Steve Munisteri

Steve Munisteri was elected Chairman of the Republican Party of Texas on June 13, 2010 at the Republican State Convention in Fort Worth, Texas. 

Upon his election, Munisteri initially focused on the Party’s financial difficulties. He inherited liabilities in excess of $700,000 and the Party’s liabilities exceeded the Party’s assets by hundreds of thousands of dollars. Munisteri then initiated a series of structural and financial reforms, including the elimination of some positions, renegotiating contracts, restructuring the Party’s debt, and budget cuts which resulted in reducing its monthly obligations from approximately $139,000 per month to a little over $90,000. These financial reforms, combined with aggressive fundraising and establishing a “Debt Busters Committee” to retire the Party’s past debts, resulted in the paying off all liabilities to $0 by the end of November 2010. The party has continued to be debt free since that time and has now adopted a policy to pay down all invoices to $0 by the end of each calendar month. The Party has also maintained cash reserves of at least $500,000 since November 2010. During the first three years of Munisteri’s Chairmanship the Party has brought in approximately $13.5 million including approximately $6.7 million in 2012 alone.

The Party’s improved financial condition allowed the RPT to be a major player in the 2010 and 2012 elections. In 2010 the Party undertook a “Texas Truth Tour” around the state in support of key representatives and candidates in competitive races, maintained numerous websites on Democratic candidates, and organized a large volunteer force called the Texas Trailblazers. This included, among other things, organizing three weekends of statewide block walk operations. This resulted in the Republican Party electing a record number of office holders in 2010. In 2012, the State Party exclusively ran the Victory operations for the first time in years, resulting in the Party making 2.6 million calls and sending out over 3 million pieces of mail. The Party also gave away hundreds of thousands of dollars in direct contributions to candidates for the first time in many years. All totaled the State Party spent $2.2 million on its election efforts in 2012. This resulted in the election of a record number of Republicans. Republicans elected 217 more officials in the 2010 elections and have added another 33 since November as a result of party switchers. Today there are currently 815 more Republicans in elected office than at the end of the elections in 2008.

During his terms as Chairman, Munisteri has also adopted a policy of complete transparency as opposed to prior administrations where a significant portion of SREC meetings were held in executive session. Through the first three years of Munisteri’s chairmanship the SREC has not gone into executive session once. In addition, party leaders and activists are also provided regular monthly updates and financial information.

Since his election, Chairman Munisteri has added a full time Youth Director, Outreach Director, and Political Director. The Party has also initiated an aggressive outreach program to the Hispanic, African American, and Asian American communities which has resulted in a significant increase in the number of minority delegates to the state convention, a significant increase in the number of minority members of the SREC, and an increase in the number of minority Republican elected officials statewide. In 2012 the number of Hispanic Republican elected officials statewide increased from 58 to 78.

In June 2013, Chairman Munisteri announced a partnership with the RNC to establish Victory Centers that will operate on a year-round basis and that the Party would be hiring significant number of new field staff fort these offices, including staffers assigned specifically to outreach to the Hispanic, African American, and Asian American communities.

Prior to being elected as Chairman of the RPT, Munisteri was very active in Republican and conservative politics. He began working as a volunteer in Republican campaigns in 1972. His first campaign activity was as a block walker for Hank Grover. Since 1972 Munisteri has worked in over 70 campaigns including working for Presidential candidates in Iowa, California, New Hampshire, Florida, and South Carolina. Munisteri has also been active in the Party since an early age serving as precinct chair in two precincts in Harris County (133 and 213), from 1981-1987. He was also a member of the State Republican Executive Committee from 1984-1986. Munisteri became very active in the conservative movement having first formed a conservative club at Memorial High School in Houston before going on to become the State Chairman of Texas Young American’s for Freedom (YAF) from 1977-1980, a member of the National YAF board, founding Chairman of the Young Conservatives of Texas, and State Chair of Young Texans for Reagan during the 1980 presidential campaign.

Munisteri grew up in Houston, Texas where he attended public school from elementary school through his graduation from Memorial High School. He then obtained a BBA in Finance with Honors from the University of Texas in 1979 before going off to earn a Juris Doctorate of Law from the University of Texas Law School in 1981.

Upon graduation from law school he obtained an associate position with the Insurance Defense firm Funderburk and Funderburk. After 13 months at Funderburk and Funderburk, Chairman Munisteri founded the law offices of Stephen P. Munisteri on November 1, 1982 as a one person operation. He built the firm up to a 49 employee, 20 attorney firm which he agreed to sell to a group of his employees in 2004. The sale was completed in 2008 and Munisteri retired at the end of that year. Munisteri has also owned several side businesses, including Munisteri Exploration, which is an investment vehicle for investing in wildcat oil and gas projects. Munisteri has participated in the development of oil and gas projects since 1989 and has participated in the drilling of approximately four-dozen oil and gas wells, most of which have been successful. Munisteri also owned a sports management promotion company which he retired from in 2009. He also owns a property company although he divested himself of its primary asset, a Greenway Plaza area office building, in 2007 just prior to his retirement.

Munisteri currently works full-time as a volunteer Chairman for the Republican Party of Texas.


National Committeewoman

Toni Anne Dashiell

Toni Anne Dashiell, was elected National Committeewoman April 2013.  She was awarded the 2009 Ronald Reagan Leadership Award by the National Federation of Republican Women for her distinctive performance as the President of the Texas Federation of Republican Women (TFRW). She traveled to Bosnia and Nigeria on behalf of the Women’s Democracy Network to train women seeking public office in campaign management, leadership development, and communication. Toni Anne and her Co-Author, Rachel Woods, debuted their book: Leading for Freedom: Leadership Skills for Republicans June 2012.

Toni Anne’s service as a volunteer grassroots leader dates back to 1968, when she worked on a presidential campaign as a member of Teenage Republicans. Since that time she has been a consistent leader in numerous Republican campaigns including presidential, Senatorial and Congressional, statewide, city and county races.

Toni Anne believes in the importance of community service. She has demonstrated this value by serving as a leader in her hometown, including the Boerne Chamber of Commerce, Government Affairs, the Boerne ISD Budget Committee and the Boerne Community Theatre. She was appointed by Lt. Governor David Dewhurst in 2011 to the Texas Prepaid Higher Education Tuition Board.

Together, she and her husband, Tom, are small business owners, working in both real estate and insurance.


National Committeeman

Robin Armstrong

Robin Armstrong was elected as the National Committeeman from Texas in June of 2012. He is a politician and physician who served as vice chairman of the Republican Party of Texas from 2006-2010. Mr. Armstrong has a B.A. in microbiology from Texas A&M University and an M.D. from the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston. He did his residency in internal medicine and is on the staff of the Mainland Medical Center in Texas City, TX.

Mr. Armstrong has been active in both politics and his community. He has travelled on missionary journeys to Africa and Nicaragua and worked in inner city and youth ministries in addition to leading a men’s Bible study group. His activities in grassroots republican politics include serving as a city chair, an election judge, a precinct chair, a poll watcher, a convention delegate, a Senatorial District Convention chairman, and most recently as the State Republican Executive committeeman for Texas Senate District 11. Armstrong and his wife Martha, who is also a medical doctor, have four sons, Daniel, Gabriel, Joshua and Noah.


Executive Director

Beth Cubriel

Beth Cubriel serves as the Executive Director at the Republican Party of Texas. In this position, Beth serves as Chief of Staff for the RPT staff and works directly with RPT Chair, Steve Munisteri, to manage a multi- million dollar budget and to ensure the organization is meeting its political, legislative, and fundraising goals.

Prior to her promotion to Executive Director, Beth worked as the Organization Director for the RPT and was a major force in Texas to make the 2012 Republican Primary possible after continued delays and rules changes due to redistricting legislation.

Beth also has over a decade of experience working in a variety of capacities for U.S. Senator John Cornyn.  Beginning with his successful long-shot campaign for Texas Attorney General and then serving in his executive administration, she was a crucial aide to his state operations.  As then-Attorney General Cornyn prepared to run his first U.S. Senate race, Beth served as Organization Director for Cornyn for Senate and then as State Field Director when Sen. Cornyn was sworn in.  As State Field Director, Beth managed the Senator’s Texas field offices and staff, whose duties included constituent services and public relations.  Beth again served as Organization Director for Sen. Cornyn’s re-election campaign.

Beth and her husband Randy live in Austin and met while working in politics. They have been married for over 10 years and have two children. 


Governor

Greg Abbott

Greg Abbott was sworn in as the 48th governor of Texas on January 20, 2015.

Abbott was born in Wichita Falls, and raised in Duncanville, Texas. He graduated from The University of Texas with a BBA in finance and received a law degree from Vanderbilt University. Abbott’s career in public service began in Houston, where he served as a state trial judge in the 129th District Court for three years. In 1995, then-Governor George W. Bush appointed Abbott to the Texas Supreme Court, where he served with distinction. He was elected as the 50th attorney general of Texas in 2006 and was reelected in November 2010. As the state’s chief law enforcement official, Abbott made protecting Texas communities the focus of his tenure as attorney general. Abbott and his wife Cecilia have been married for 33 years. They live in Austin with their daughter, Audrey.

Senator

Ted Cruz

CRUZ, Rafael Edward (Ted), a Senator from Texas; born in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, December 22, 1970; graduated Princeton University, B.A., 1992; graduated Harvard University, J.D., 1995; law clerk to Chief Justice of the United States William Rehnquist; associate deputy attorney general, U.S. Department of Justice; director of the Office of Policy Planning, Federal Trade Commission; solicitor general of Texas 2003-2008; lawyer; elected as a Republican to the United States Senate in 2012 for the term ending January 3, 2019.

Senator

John Cornyn

CORNYN, John, a Senator from Texas; born in Houston, Texas, on February 2, 1952; B.A., Trinity University 1973; J.D., St. Mary’s School of Law 1977; LLM, University of Virginia 1995; attorney; Bexar County district court judge 1984-1990; Texas supreme court 1990-1997; Texas state attorney general 1999-2002; elected as a Republican to the U.S. Senate in 2002; subsequently appointed to the remainder of the term left vacant by the resignation of William Philip Gramm, and took the oath of office on December 2, 2002; reelected in 2008, and again in 2014 for the term ending January 3, 2021; Republican Conference vice-chair (2007-2009); chair, National Republican Senatorial Committee (2009-2012); Republican party whip (2013-).

Congresswoman

Kay Granger

GRANGER, Kay, a Representative from Texas; born in Greenville, Hunt County, Tex., January 18, 1943; graduated from Eastern Hills High School, Fort Worth, Tex.; B.S. Texas Wesleyan University, Fort Worth, Tex., 1965; teacher; business owner; member of the Fort Worth, Tex., zoning commission, 1981-1989; member of the Fort Worth, Tex., city council, 1989-1991; mayor of Fort Worth, Tex., 1991-1995; elected as a Republican to the One Hundred Fifth and to the nine succeeding Congresses (January 3, 1997-present).

Congressman

Brian Babin

BABIN, Brian, a Representative from Texas; born in Port Arthur, Jefferson County, Tex., March 23, 1948; graduated from Forest Park High School, Beaumont, Tex., 1966; B.S., Lamar University, Beaumont, Tex., 1973; D.D.S., University of Texas, Houston, Tex., 1976; United States Air Force, 1975-1979; Texas Army National Guard, 1969-1975; dentist; alderman, Woodville, Tex., 1981-1982, 1984-1989; mayor of Woodville, Tex., 1982-1984; member of the Woodville, Tex., school board, 1992-1995; unsuccessful candidate for nomination to the United States House of Representatives in 1996 and 1998; elected as a Republican to the One Hundred Fourteenth Congress (January 3, 2015-present).

Congressman

John Ratcliffe

RATCLIFFE, John, a Representative from Texas; born in Chicago, Cook County, Ill., October 20, 1965; B.A., University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Ind., 1987; J.D., Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Tex., 1989; lawyer, private practice; professor; United States attorney for the Eastern District of Texas, 2007-2008; mayor of Heath, Tex., 2004-2012; elected as a Republican to the One Hundred Fourteenth Congress (January 3, 2015-present).

Congressman

Roger Williams

WILLIAMS, Roger, a Representative from Texas; born in Evanston, Cook County, Ill., September 13, 1949; graduated from Arlington Heights High School, Fort Worth, Tex.; B.A., Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, Tex., 1972; athletic coach; business owner; Texas secretary of state, 2005-2007; elected as a Republican to the One Hundred Thirteenth and to the succeeding Congress (January 3, 2013-present).

Congressman

Randy Weber

WEBER, Randy, a Representative from Texas; born in Pearland, Brazoria County, Tex., July 2, 1953; attended Alvin Community College in Alvin, Tex., 1971-1974; B.S., University of Houston-Clear Lake, Houston, Tex., 1977; business owner; member of the Pearland, Tex., city council, 1990-1996; member of the Texas state house of representatives, 2008-2012; elected as a Republican to the One Hundred Thirteenth and to the succeeding Congress (January 3, 2013-present).

Congressman

Mac Thornberry

THORNBERRY, William McClellan (Mac), a Representative from Texas; born in Clarendon, Donley County, Tex., July 15, 1958; graduated from Clarendon High School, Clarendon, Tex., 1976; B.A., Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Tex., 1980; J.D., University of Texas School of Law, Austin, Tex., 1983; staff, United States Representative Thomas G. Loeffler of Texas, 1983-1985; staff, United States Representative Larry Combest of Texas, 1985-1988; deputy assistant Secretary of State for Legislative Affairs, United States Department of State, 1988-1989; rancher; lawyer, private practice; elected as a Republican to the One Hundred Fourth and to the ten succeeding Congresses (January 3, 1995-present); chair, Committee on Armed Services (One Hundred Fourteenth Congress).

Congressman

Lamar Smith

SMITH, Lamar Seeligson, a Representative from Texas; born in San Antonio, Bexar County, Tex., November 19, 1947; graduated from Texas Military Institute, San Antonio, Tex., 1965; B.A., Yale University, New Haven, Conn., 1969; J.D., Southern Methodist University School of Law, Dallas, Tex., 1975; journalist; lawyer, private practice; member of the Texas state house of representatives, 1981-1982; Bexar County, Tex., commissioner, 1982-1985; elected as a Republican to the One Hundredth and to the fourteen succeeding Congresses (January 3, 1987-present); chair, Committee on Standards of Official Conduct (One Hundred Sixth Congress); chair, Committee on the Judiciary (One Hundred Twelfth Congress); chair, Committee on Science, Space, and Technology (One Hundred Thirteenth and One Hundred Fourteenth Congresses).

Congressman

Pete Sessions

SESSIONS, Pete, a Representative from Texas; born in Waco, McLennan County, Tex., March 22, 1955; B.S., Southwestern University, Georgetown, Tex., 1978; business executive; professional advocate; elected as a Republican to the One Hundred Fifth and to the nine succeeding Congresses (January 3, 1997-present); chair, Committee on Rules (One Hundred Thirteenth and One Hundred Fourteenth Congresses).

Congressman

Ted Poe

POE, Ted, a Representative from Texas; born in Temple, Bell County, Tex., September 10, 1948; B.A., Abilene Christian University, Abilene, Tex., 1970; J.D., University of Houston, Houston, Tex., 1973; United States Air Force Reserves, 1970-1976; teacher; lawyer, private practice; district attorney, Harris County, Houston, Tex., 1973-1981; district judge, Harris County, Houston, Tex., 1981-2003; elected as a Republican to the One Hundred Ninth and to the five succeeding Congresses (January 3, 2005-present).

Congressman

Pete Olson

OLSON, Pete, a Representative from Texas; born in Fort Lewis, Pierce County, Wash., December 9, 1962; graduated from Clear Lake High School, Houston, Tex.; B.A., Rice University, Houston, Tex., 1985; J.D., University of Texas School of Law, Austin, Tex., 1988; United States Navy, 1988-1997; United States Naval Reserve, 1998-present; staff, United States Senator Phil Gramm of Texas, 1998-2002; staff, United States Senator John Cornyn of Texas, 2002-2007; elected as a Republican to the One Hundred Eleventh and to the three succeeding Congresses (January 3, 2009-present).

Congressman

Randy Neugebauer

NEUGEBAUER, Randy, a Representative from Texas; born in St. Louis, St. Louis County, Mo., December 24, 1949; graduated from Coronado High School, Lubbock, Tex., 1968; graduated from Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Tex., 1972; businessman; member of the Lubbock, Tex., city council, 1992-1998; mayor pro tempore, Lubbock, Tex., 1994-1996; elected as a Republican to the One Hundred Eighth Congress, by special election, to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of United States Representative Larry Combest, and reelected to the six succeeding Congresses (June 3, 2003-present).

Congressman

Michael McCaul

McCAUL, Michael T., a Representative from Texas; born in Dallas, Dallas County, Tex., January 14, 1962; B.S., Trinity University, San Antonio, Tex., 1984; J.D., St. Mary’s University, San Antonio, Tex., 1987; lawyer, private practice; deputy attorney general, Office of the Attorney General, State of Texas; elected as a Republican to the One Hundred Ninth and to the five succeeding Congresses (January 3, 2005-present); chair, Committee on Homeland Security (One Hundred Thirteenth and One Hundred Fourteenth Congresses).

Congressman

Kenny Marchant

MARCHANT, Kenny, a Representative from Texas; born in Bonham, Fannin County, Tex., February 23, 1951; B.A., South Nazarene University, Bethany, Okla., 1974; attended Nazarene Theological Seminary, Kansas City, Mo., 1975-1976; real estate developer; member of the Carrollton, Tex., city council, 1980-1984; mayor of Carrollton, Tex., 1984-1987; member of the Texas state house of representatives, 1987-2004; elected as a Republican to the One Hundred Ninth and to the five succeeding Congresses (January 3, 2005-present).

Congressman

Sam Johnson

JOHNSON, Sam, a Representative from Texas; born in San Antonio, Bexar County, Tex., October 11, 1930; graduated from Woodrow Wilson High School, Dallas, Tex.; B.B.A., Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Tex., 1951; M.S.I.A., George Washington University, Washington, D.C., 1974; United States Air Force, 1950-1979; prisoner of war during the Vietnam War, 1966-1973; decorated combat veteran, received two Silver Stars, two Legions of Merit, the Distinguished Flying Cross, one Bronze Star with Valor, two Purple Hearts, four Air Medals, and three outstanding unit awards; member of the Texas state house of representatives, 1985-1991; elected as a Republican to the One Hundred Second Congress, by special election, to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of United States Representative Steve Bartlett, and reelected to the One Hundred Third and to the eleven succeeding Congresses (May 8, 1991-present).

Congressman

Jeb Hensarling

HENSARLING, Jeb, a Representative from Texas; born in Stephenville, Erath County, Tex., May 29, 1957; B.A., Texas A&M University, College Station, Tex., 1979; J.D., University of Texas, Austin, Tex., 1982; lawyer, private practice; staff, United States Senator Phil Gramm of Texas, 1985-1989; business executive; elected as a Republican to the One Hundred Eighth and to the six succeeding Congresses (January 3, 2003-present); chair, House Republican Conference (One Hundred Twelfth Congress); chair, Committee on Financial Services (One Hundred Thirteenth and One Hundred Fourteenth Congresses).

Congressman

Louie Gohmert Jr.

GOHMERT, Louie, a Representative from Texas; born in Pittsburg, Camp County, Tex., August 18, 1953; graduated from Mount Pleasant High School, Mount Pleasant, Tex., 1971; B.A., Texas A&M University, College Station, Tex., 1975; J.D., Baylor University, Waco, Tex., 1977; United States Army, 1978-1982; lawyer, private practice; district judge, Smith County, Tex., 1992-2002; chief justice, twelfth circuit court, 2002-2003; elected as a Republican to the One Hundred Ninth and to the five succeeding Congresses (January 3, 2005-present).

Congressman

Bill Flores

FLORES, Bill, a Representative from Texas; born in Cheyenne, Laramie County, Wyo., February 25, 1954; B.B.A., Texas A&M University, College Station, Tex., 1976; M.B.A., Houston Baptist University, Houston, Tex., 1985; certified public accountant; energy company executive; elected as a Republican to the One Hundred Twelfth and to the two succeeding Congresses (January 3, 2011-present).

Congressman

Blake Farenthold

FARENTHOLD, Blake, a Representative from Texas; born in Corpus Christi, Nueces County, Tex., December 12, 1961; graduated from Incarnate Word High School, Corpus Christi, Tex.; B.S., University of Texas, Austin, Tex., 1985; J.D., St. Mary’s University School of Law, San Antonio, Tex., 1989; lawyer, private practice; business owner; elected as a Republican to the One Hundred Twelfth and to the two succeeding Congresses (January 3, 2011-present).

Congressman

John Culberson

CULBERSON, John, a Representative from Texas; born in Houston, Harris County, Tex., August 24, 1956; graduated from Lamar High School, Houston, Tex., 1975; B.A., Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Tex., 1981; J.D., South Texas College of Law, Houston, Tex.; member of the Texas state house of representatives, 1986-2001; elected as a Republican to the One Hundred Seventh and to the seven succeeding Congresses (January 3, 2001-present).

Congressman

K. Conaway

CONAWAY, K. Michael, a Representative from Texas; born in Borger, Hutchinson County, Tex, June 11, 1948; graduated from Odessa Permian High School, Odessa, Tex., 1966; B.B.A., Texas Agricultural and Mechanical University-Commerce, Commerce, Tex., 1970; United States Army, 1970-1972; certified public accountant; bank executive; member of the Midland, Tex., school board, 1985-1988; unsuccessful candidate for special election for the United States House of Representatives in 2003; elected as a Republican to the One Hundred Ninth and to the five succeeding Congresses (January 3, 2005-present); chair, Committee on Ethics (One Hundred Thirteenth Congress); chair, Committee on Agriculture (One Hundred Fourteenth Congress).

Congressman

John Carter

CARTER, John R., a Representative from Texas; born in Houston, Harris County, Tex., November 6, 1941; graduated from Bellaire High School, Houston, Tex., 1960; B.A., Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Tex., 1964; J.D., University of Texas Law School, Austin, Tex., 1969; lawyer, private practice; judge, District Court of Williamson County, Tex., 1981-2001; elected as a Republican to the One Hundred Eighth and to the six succeeding Congresses (January 3, 2003-present).

Congressman

Michael Burgess

BURGESS, Michael C., a Representative from Texas; born in Rochester, Olmsted County, Minn., December 23, 1950; graduated from Selwyn College Preparatory School, Denton, Tex., 1968; B.S., North Texas State University, Denton, Tex., 1972; M.S., North Texas State University, Denton, Tex., 1976; M.D., University of Texas Medical School, Houston, Tex., 1977; M.S., University of Texas, Dallas, Tex., 2000; physician; elected as a Republican to the One Hundred Eighth and to the six succeeding Congresses (January 3, 2003-present).

Congressman

Kevin Brady

BRADY, Kevin Patrick, a Representative from Texas; born in Vermillion, Clay County, S. Dak., April 11, 1955; graduated from Rapid City Central High School, Rapid City, S. Dak; B.A., University of South Dakota, Vermillion, S. Dak., 1990; member of the Texas state house of representatives, 1990-1996; elected as a Republican to the One Hundred Fifth and to the nine succeeding Congresses (January 3, 1997-present); chair, Joint Economic Committee (One Hundred Thirteenth Congress).

Congressman

Joe Barton

BARTON, Joe Linus, a Representative from Texas; born in Waco, McLennan County, Tex., September 15, 1949; graduated from Waco High School, Waco, Tex., 1968; B.A., Texas A&M University, College Station, Tex., 1972; M.S., Purdue University, West Lafayette, Ind., 1973; business executive; White House Fellowship, served as aide to Secretary of Energy James B. Edwards, 1981-1982; elected as a Republican to the Ninety-ninth and to the fifteen succeeding Congresses (January 3, 1985-present); chair, Committee on Energy and Commerce (One Hundred Eighth and One Hundred Ninth Congresses).

Congressman

Will Hurd

HURD, William Ballard, a Representative from Texas; born in San Antonio, Bexar County, Tex., August 19, 1977; graduated from John Marshall High School, San Antonio, Tex., 1995; B.S., Texas Agricultural and Mechanical University, College Station, Tex., 2000; business owner; operations officer, Central Intelligence Agency, 2000-2009; elected as a Republican to the One Hundred Fourteenth Congress (January 3, 2015-present).

Republican National Committee

Connect With Us

Republican National Committee

Follow GOP

Chairman Reince Priebus

News & Videos
  • 310 First Street SE, Washington, DC 20003
  • 202-863-8500

Paid for by the Republican National Committee. Not Authorized By Any Candidate Or Candidate's Committee. www.gop.com

Paid for by the Republican National Committee.
Not Authorized By Any Candidate Or Candidate's Committee. www.gop.com