By Mike LaChance
Published December 13, 2022 at 1:22 am 128 Comments
A lot of Republicans think the Republican National Committee needs new leadership after the underwhelming outcome of the 2022 midterm elections.
In Texas, Republicans are calling on party leaders to replace Ronna McDaniel as RNC chair.
It’s perfectly understandable that people would want a change like this. Expectations were high for Republicans to do much better in November.
Breitbart News reports:
Texas GOP Calls for Leadership to Replace Ronna McDaniel as RNC Chair
The executive committee of the Republican Party of Texas unanimously called for new leadership at the national party following poor results in the 2020 election and underperformance in 2022.
The State Republican Executive Committee (SREC) on Saturday, by a 62-0 margin, passed a resolution saying it had lost confidence in Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel and that the state’s voting members must vote to replace her in January.
“Under Chairman McDaniel’s leadership, the GOP lost both houses of Congress and the White House, and seriously underperformed in 2022, further losing ground in the Senate and only barely winning a majority in the House,” the resolution stated.
The resolution acknowledged that the SREC has “no confidence” in the RNC under McDaniel’s leadership and wants the Texas GOP’s leadership, who can vote in the January election, to pick a new party leader to address the “deficiencies” that happened under the current leadership.
This doesn’t look good for McDaniel.
It does seem like it’s time for a change.
Cross posted from American Lookout.
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