RNC Adopts new Positions After Debate

RNC Adopts new Positions After Debate

Daniel Molina
Daniel Molina
August 28, 2023

Christian Ziegler, Chairman of the Republican Party of Florida (RPOF), announced that the National Republican Party has adopted 5 new positions. After attending the Republican primary debate, the Republican National Committee (RNC) hosted their Summer Meetings in Milwaukee. During the meetings, the RNC unanimously passed 5 resolutions, which have now been adopted as official positions.

During the Summer Meetings, every State Chairman, National Committeeman & National Committeewomen attended, which includes 3 RNC Members from every state. There, it was decided that Houston would be the host of the 2028 Republican Convention, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R) and Vivek Ramaswamy (R) addressed the members, and party business was discussed to ensure that Republicans gain ground in the upcoming election.

As part of the party business, 5 resolutions were passed, which include a resolution urging “A Return to Excellence” in American voting and election, a resolution to protect children from unsafe sex trait modification and experimentation, a resolution in support of an Emergency Declarations for the southern border, a resolution to urge Congress to address foreign nationals owning land near U.S. military bases and enforce reciprocal bans, and a resolution to put the vital national interest of the United States first in dealing with Communist China.

Most of the topics addressed in the resolutions were explored in the Republican primary debate, which saw the candidates comment the most on issues regarding the southern border and China.

The Republican Party, specifically in the state of Florida, has gained significant support with each passing election.

Earlier this month, the RPOF announced that only 13 of 67 counties in the state had more registered Democrats than Republicans. The latest county to register more Republican voters than Democrat voters is Jefferson County.

In response to the growing support, Florida Democratic Party Chair Nikki Fried (D) has affirmed that Democrats will bolster voter outreach in the state.

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Daniel Molina

Daniel Molina

Daniel Molina is an award-winning senior reporter based in Miami. He holds a bachelor’s degree in English Literature from Florida International University. His hobbies include reading, writing, and watching films.

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