New Hampshire Republican Party Chairman Jennifer Horn, seeking a larger role on the Republican National Committee, has asked Northeast members of the RNC to elect her to represent the region on the national party’s Executive Committee. The election will take place later this week at a RNC meeting in San Diego.
Horn, in an email dated, Jan. 2 and obtained by the New Hampshire Journal today, wrote that would be “a strong and vocal advocate for the Northeast region.” Horn was unanimously reelected, without opposition, to a second term as RNC chairman on Saturday. New Hampshire Democratic Party chairman Raymond Buckley has a national Democratic Party role as president of the Association of State Democratic Chairs and a vice chair of the Democratic National Committee.
In her email campaigning for the post, Horn wrote that the seat is open, and, she wrote, “As Chairman of the NHGOP I have learned how important it is for each of our states to have strong working relationships with the RNC.”
She also wrote, “As a long time grassroots activist, a former Congressional candidate and Chairman of an early-primary state, I understand the value of every player on the field when it comes to executing a successful political game plan. ‘The party’ is only successful when we respect each other, value the contribution each of us makes, and remain united in purpose.
“With strong messaging and data-driven campaigns, I believe that Republicans can win across the Northeast,” Horn wrote. “I am a passionate believer that our core Republican principles of individual liberty, limited government, limited spending – and unlimited opportunity – lift up the entire community. While the road ahead is certainly not an easy one, ours is too great a purpose for us to ever give up the fight.”