WASHINGTON — Today, the Republican National Committee (RNC) officially selected Charlotte, North Carolina as host of the 2020 Republican National Convention. RNC committee members voted unanimously to select Charlotte as the 2020 host city.
Following today’s vote, RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel, Site Selection Chairman Ron Kaufman, Campaign Manager for Donald J. Trump for President Brad Parscale, and Charlotte Regional Visitors Authority CEO Tom Murray issued the following:
RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel:
"I am thrilled to announce Charlotte as the official host city for the 2020 Republican National Convention. We look forward to seeing the Queen City take center stage as the Republican Party re-nominates President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence to continue fighting for the American people."
RNC Site Selection Chairman Ron Kaufman:
"Charlotte has so much to offer, and we are excited to bring delegates to a city that has demonstrated its southern hospitality, showcased its vibrant energy, and proven that possibilities are endless. I am confident the Queen City will be the ideal backdrop as the Republican Party continues its work to Make America Great Again."
Campaign Manager for Donald J. Trump for President Brad Parscale:
"Charlotte’s booming economy is a prime example of how President Trump’s agenda is improving lives, spurring growth, and creating opportunity for millions of Americans. We look forward to continuing our America First momentum here in the Queen City and delivering four more years of historic victories and tremendous success."
Charlotte Regional Visitors Authority CEO Tom Murray:
"We are incredibly proud to have helped shepherd this opportunity on behalf of our great city. Charlotte has the collaboration, infrastructure and hospitality that will make the 2020 RNC an unforgettable experience for its attendees. We recognize and are prepared for the tremendous responsibility of welcoming 35,000 visitors to our community for this event and can’t wait to get started."
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