WASHINGTON – Today the Republican National Committee (RNC), in partnership with the Republican Party of New York (NYGOP), announced the hiring of Oliver Tan as the New York State Director of Asian Pacific American Strategic Initiatives.
“The RNC continues to build an on-the-ground presence to help our candidates up and down the ballot reach diverse communities in New York,” said RNC Chairman Reince Priebus. “We are building our ground game to fight for every vote not only in the Empire State, but across the country.”
“New York prides itself on being one of the most diverse states in the country, and we want to be able share our principles and ideas with all our communities,” said NYGOP Chairman Ed Cox. “We are thrilled to have Oliver join us as we look to keep building relationships with the Asian communities throughout New York.”
About Oliver Tan –
A native New Yorker, Oliver has worked with Republican candidates from city council, to mayor, to governor. In his campaign work, he has helped GOP candidates make significant advancements in engaging with the Asian American communities in New York. Previously, Oliver worked for Governor George Pataki and in the office of the U.S. Secretary of Treasury in the Bush Administration.
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