A survey conducted by the Harris Interactive revealed that a majority of Republican voters did not support Ronna McDaniel's bid for a fourth term as the head of the Republican National Committee.
A survey conducted by the Convention of States Action and Trafalgar Group revealed that only 14% of respondents support the campaign of Republican National Committee member Dana McDaniel. The respondents also said they would rather see Harmeet Kaur Dhillon as the next chair of the committee.
The era of establishment has come to an end, and the grassroots is making their voices heard, according to Mark Meckler, the president of the Convention of States. He also stated that the leadership of the Republican National Committee should reflect the desires of the voters.
A spokesperson for the campaign of Dana Mckee stated that despite the negative results of the survey, members of the Republican Party still support her.
According to the spokesperson, members of the 168 Republican Party rallied around the Chair after she announced her candidacy for the presidency. She noted that the party's grassroots members supported her due to her efforts in fighting against the establishment and Big Tech.
On Thursday, 30 Jewish leaders from across the country sent a letter to members of the 168th Republican National Committee, supporting Dana Mckee's candidacy for the position.
The letter urged the members of the committee to elect Ronna Mckee as the next chairperson of the organization at the upcoming Winter Meeting. It noted that she is the right person to lead the Republican Party.
Since 2017, Ronna has been the chair of the Republican National Committee. However, in December, Harmeet Kaur Dhillon announced her intention to run against her. The election for the position will take place in January.
In November, Mike Lindell, the founder of MyPillow, revealed that he would be challenging Dana Mckee for the position of National Committee chair.
A survey was conducted by the Harris Interactive on January 9 and 11 to gauge the opinion of Republican primary voters. The margin of error was 2.9%.
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