Last Updated on December 14, 2022
The Republican Party of Texas, similar to the Arizona GOP, called for the resignation of Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairwoman, Ronna Romney McDaniel, in a public statement of no confidence published on Tuesday.
“The Texas Republican Party made its announcement in a statement entitled, “Time for New Leadership at the Republican National Committee.”
“Therefore, be it resolved that the Republican Party of Texas has no confidence in the leadership of Chairman McDaniel and believes she must be replaced as RNC chair,” the Texas GOP said.
The GOP in the Lone Star State called directly on Matt Rinaldi, the Chairman of the Republican Party of Texas and the Vice Chair of Texas for Trump, Toni Anne Dashiell, to take action at the behest of the “grassroots’ profound dissatisfaction with the RNC.”
“Be it further resolved that the Republican Party of Texas urges Chairman Matt Rinaldi, National Committeeman, Dr. Robin Armstrong, and National Committeewoman, Toni Anne Dashiell, to pay heed to the grassroots’ profound dissatisfaction with the RNC and to vote for an alternative to replace Chairman McDaniel when the RNC meets in January to elect a chair.”
“Therefore be it resolved, that the Executive Committee of the Republican Party of Arizona hereby formally calls on the resignation of Ronna Romney McDaniel as Chairwoman of the Republican National Committee and thanks her for her tireless work for the past 6 years,” the Arizona GOP said on Thursday.
“The Republican Party of Arizona has officially called for RNC Chairwoman, Ronna McDaniel, to step down,” America First citizen Mark Nantz said. “Now…Rid ourselves of McCarthy and McConnel and endorse who the people want as candidates.”
The Republican Party of Arizona has officially called for RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel to step down.
Now…Rid ourselves of McCarthy and McConnell and endorse who the people want as candidates. pic.twitter.com/fqC88RsPJc
— Mark Nantz (@BullseyeBanjo) December 10, 2022