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RNC Launches Platform Committee Website

- July 19, 2012

WASHINGTON - The Republican National Committee is excited to launch the new website www.GOPPlatform2012.com the RNC Convention's Platform Committee. It will serve as a place for Republicans across the country to share their ideas with us about the issues and values they want included in our party's platform. The Platform Committee can also be followed on Twitter @gopplatform2012.

Every four years, the Republican party comes together to write our party's platform. The platform is an important document for our party and outlines our dedication to limited government, life and liberty, free enterprise and opportunity for all.

"I am excited for the opportunity to work with our grassroots supporters to write our 2012 Republican Party Platform," said RNC Chairman Reince Priebus. "It is the work of our activists that make our party vibrant and lasting. Republicans know that for the sake of this country, we must take a new direction and writing the platform is part of that process. President Obama's big government agenda is bankrupting our country, destroying our economy, and hurting the middle class. I'm grateful for Governor Bob McDonnell of Virginia, Senator John Hoeven of North Dakota, and Representative Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee who will be leading this process. I look forward to working with them and all our activists as we write our platform and send Governor Mitt Romney to the White House."

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