There are 168 members who will be voting to decide the next RNC Chairman at the RNC Winter Meeting on January 20, 2009. There are three members from each state who are able to vote, the state Chairman, the state National Committeeman and the state National Committeewoman. To locate the names of who your local state members are, perform the following steps:
Go to the National GOP Website - State Parties page and select the state in which you live, which will bring up all three voting member names for the state selected. You will also see phone number(s) listed to contact your local state voting members. You can pick a new state by selecting "State Parties" from the menu bar.
To support Michael Steele, contact your state Chairman, state National Committeeman and your state National Committeewoman and tell them to support Michael Steele for RNC Chairman at the RNC Winter Meeting in January 2009.
There are 50 states plus DC, included as well Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands, American Samoa, Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands. Three members voting from each location makes a total of 168 members who will decide our next RNC Chairman.
Beginning with the election of Michael Steele as RNC Chairman in 2009, we will take back the Republican Party in preparation for 2010.
I am a big fan of Michael Steele but I have worked closely with Saul Anuzis and without question he has my support for RNC Chairman. To Read more about Saul, go to http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=33763872331
I for one like Michael Steele for RNC, but I have heard some comment that someone like Palin should be considered in case she intends to run again in 2012. Does anyone here thing she would actually consider that in 2012? Considering the number of really qualified candidates that are up-and-coming I am pretty excited for the Republican party in the coming years.
I would really like to see Sarah Palin remain the Governor of AK, and then run for reelection again. IMHO that would be the greatest experience she can acquire until the 2012 elections. Hopefully she will keep up the good work she has been doing, and will be a strong candidate in 2012.
I am very torn between supporting Steele or Blackwell for RNC Chair. After reading the answers to the questions from Morton Blackwell, it is hard to decide as I like them both very much. I have seen Steele on Fox, but I haven't seen Blackwell speak. Is Blackwell a good communicator? I've heard him compared to Fred Thompson as a true Conservative/Federalist, and for me you can't get any better than that.