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A recent Trafalgar and Convention of States Action poll of 1,072 potential Republican voters found that 86 percent of respondents support attorney Harmeet Dhillon as the new Republican National Committee Chairperson.
On Twitter Charlie Kirk wrote, “A recent poll of over 1,000 Republican voters found that 86% would support Harmeet Dhillon as the new RNC Chair over Ronna McDaniel. The era of a status quo Republican Party is over whether those clinging onto power realize it yet or not.”
Current RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel, who was elected in 2017 and is running for her fourth term, received 14 percent support.
President of Convention of States Mark Meckler said in a release via their website, “The era of the establishment is over. The grassroots are pushing back and making their voices heard. And—contrary to what Ronna McDaniel has stated publicly—the leadership of the RNC should ultimately reflect the will of the Republican voter and move Republicans forward at the ballot box.”
After the November midterm elections proved disappointing for the GOP, many in the party who were hoping for a “Red Wave” have called for new leadership at the RNC. Dhillon and MyPillow founder Mike Lindell have both announced challenges to McDaniel and Lee Zeldin, former New York Republican candidate for governor, has said he could potentially run.
Dhillon, currently an RNC committeewoman and leader of the Republican National Lawyers Association, said in a statement, “After three successive terms of underwhelming results at the polls for the GOP, all the while with leaders congratulating ourselves for outstanding performance, I feel that we owe it to our voters to have a serious debate about the leadership of the party and what we must change to actually win in 2024.”
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