Republican National Committee press release:
WASHINGTON — The RNC will participate in the Republican Urban Leaders Conference in Cleveland, Ohio on August 6-7. The RNC will send representatives to discuss the Party’s get-out-the-vote efforts, voter registration, urban campaign strategies and the importance of minority leadership and engagement. RNC participation in the first ever Republican Urban Leaders Conference co-hosted by the Republican Party of Cuyahoga County and CityGOP, represents a commitment by all parties involved to communicate and engage with all communities across the country.
“The RNC is committed to engaging with all communities and to providing our candidates and volunteers with the tools and technical support to grow the party,” said RNC Chairman Reince Priebus. “We are building the largest and most comprehensive data-driven operation in GOP history, with staff joining diverse communities, discussing our shared values and actively recruiting people from across the country.”
CityGOP Chairman and Republican National Committeewoman for the District of Columbia Jill Homan explained, “The Republican Urban Leaders Conference provides an opportunity to develop and grow the GOP in our urban communities. By organizing and focusing on cities and their suburbs, the GOP strengthens our infrastructure in order to create more pathways to victory in 2016 and beyond.”
Cuyahoga County Republican Party Chairman Rob Frost stated, “The GOP must compete for urban voters. We have solutions that can dramatically improve the lives of those living in urban centers, and we must present clear alternatives to the liberal policies that have proven to be disastrous for these communities.”
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