On Thursday, the Republican Party of Arizona formally called on Ronna Romney McDaniel to resign as chair of the Republican National Committee. The Arizona GOP unanimously passed a resolution to support “fresh and bold leadership,” according to a release.
In the release, the Arizona GOP challenged every state committee to meet and tell their RNC members how they expect them to vote in January at the RNC reorganizations meeting.
The resolution states the leaders in the Republican National Committee, National Republican Senatorial Committee and National Republican Congressional Committee did not “effectively” execute their responsibility of supporting ALL Republican candidates in the general elections by all means possible.
It adds that the “only pathway” to a 2024 presidential win is through Arizona.
“Whereas Ronna Romney McDaniel publicly told members of the RNC that she would not seek another term; therefore be it resolved that the executive committee of the Republican Party of Arizona hereby formally calls on the resignation of Ronna Romney McDaniel as chairwoman of the Republican National Committee and thanks her for her tireless work for the past six years.”
Iowa’s RNC delegation announced its support of Romney McDaniel last week.