Republican National Committee

The Republican National Committee is the national organization committee of the U.S. Republican Party. It is responsible for the coordination of fundraising, coordination of campaign strategy, and the development and nation -wide representation of the political positions of the party as a whole. In addition, organizes and operates the Committee every four years the Republican National Convention.

If the Republican Party is the President of the United States, the Committee is working very closely with him. The chairman is Reince Priebus.

Similar organizations exist in every U.S. state and most counties, in some states, they are also classified according to the Congress districts.

The counterpart to the Republican National Committee in the other parties form the Democratic National Committee, the Libertarian National Committee and the Green National Committee.

Chairman of the Republican National Committee


Period of time

Federal State

References and Notes

  • Republican Party (United States)
  • Election in the United States