RNC chairman Reince Priebus
The Republican National Committee (RNC) chairman Reince Priebus has announced the launch of Platform.gop.
It is a new website where all Republicans can offer their inputs on what should be included in the Republican Party platform that will be written at the 2016 Republican National Convention this July.
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Users can go to Platform.gop to review and rank the issues and offer their say in the content of the platform.
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“With the launch of Platform.gop, every Republican has an opportunity to share with our Platform Committee their views on the issues that are most important to them,” said chairman Priebus.
“Over the past three years, the RNC has already taken in feedback from over 500,000 individuals about the direction of our Party, and this website will allow us to hear even more. While Democrats are letting party insiders write their platform behind closed doors, Platform.gop is proof of our Party’s philosophy of listening to the voice of the people and honoring the democratic process.”
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“Platform.gop is a valuable way to hear from the grassroots of our Party,” said Platform Committee chairman Senator John Barrasso. “We want them to voice their priorities, ideas, and goals for the future, helping us craft a platform that will produce a stronger Republican Party and a stronger America.”
The leadership of the 2016 Platform Committee consists of Senator Barrasso as chairman and Governor Mary Fallin of Oklahoma and Congresswoman Virginia Foxx of North Carolina as co-chairs.
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