House Minority Leader
The Minority Leader serves as the senior official for House Republicans. As leader of the minority party in the House, the Minority Leader works with the Republican Conference to set the party agenda, message, and strategy. From time to time, the Minority Leader appoints Minority members to task forces and also has statutory responsibilities to fill positions on Commissions.
House Minority Whip
The responsibilities of the Minority Whip include: persuading Members to support the Conference position on votes and projecting support for the Conference. The Minority Whip is assisted by a network of Members assigned to count votes and “whip” or convince their colleagues into supporting their party’s legislative position.
House Republican Conference Chair, Vice-Chair, and Secretary
The House Republican Conference is the organizational vehicle for all Republican Members of the House and their staff. The Conference hosts regular meetings of House Republicans and is the primary vehicle for communicating the party’s message to Members. The House Republican Conference has a Chairman who directs day-to-day operations of the Conference office and staff and is assisted by an elected Vice-Chairman and a Secretary.
Website for the House Republican Conference
Website for the Conference Chair: Hon. Liz Cheney
Website for the Conference Vice-Chair: Hon. Mike Johnson
Website for the Conference Secretary: Hon. Richard Hudson
House Republican Policy Committee Chairman
The Chairman of the House Republican Policy Committee assists all House Leaders and Committee Chairmen in designing, developing and executing policy ideas within the Congress.
National Republican Congressional Committee Chairman
The Chairman of the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) oversees the political committee of House Republicans which is not funded by tax dollars nor located in the Congressional complex.
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