GOP outreach takes RNC chairman to Brooklyn
(CNN) – Call it the last stop before the GOP’s listening tour pulls into the station.
Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus heads to New York City for what the RNC touts as “an African-American engagement and listening session with African American business, political and governmental leaders.”
The RNC says Monday’s session, being held at the Christian Cultural Center in Brooklyn, is the last of their listening sessions for their “Growth and Opportunity Project,” which will be released next Monday, March 18. That project is a multi-tiered internal examination of the GOP and of how the party performed in last year’s elections. The RNC ordered the review after the party failed to win back the White House or the Senate last November. While the GOP did lose eight seats to the Democrats in the House of Representatives, the party did keep control of the chamber.