Republican National Committee

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The Republican National Committee (the R.N.C. or RNC) is a group of people who coordinate the activities of the U.S. Republican party in all fifty states. The R.N.C. has its headquarters in Washington, DC. It also has state Republican party headquarters in each of the 50 state capitals.

The current chairwoman of the committee is Ronna Romney McDaniel of Michigan.

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