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RNC Chairman Priebus: "As we lay the groundwork for a fair and transparent Convention, ensuring our delegates are fully informed and prepared is one of our highest priorities.”
The Republican National Committee has announced the launch of what the party is calling the "Grassroots Assistance Project.” The point of the project is to "welcome, educate, and engage delegates to the 2016 Republican National Convention."
Former Republican Party of Texas Chairman Steve Munisteri, who was succeeded by Chairman Tom Mechler after stepping down, will help with the project alongside former Oklahoma GOP Chairman Matt Pinnell and others.
“We are dedicated to making sure everyone has a full and proper understanding of the convention process and the Grassroots Assistance Project is another step in making that happen,” said RNC Chair Reince Priebus. “As we lay the groundwork for a fair and transparent Convention, ensuring our delegates are fully informed and prepared is one of our highest priorities.”
The party also launched this website to help delegates and others understand the convention process.
For info on the participants so far:
- Steve Munisteri.
- Reince Priebus.
- Tom Mechler.
- RNC Launches Grassroots Assistance Project.
- Your Guide to the Republican National Convention.