This past week, the Republican National Committee (RNC) continued its #CommittedToCommunity: Engage, Empower, Uplift campaign with events in Cincinnati, Cleveland, and Columbus.
The #CommittedToCommunity campaign recognizes that this election is about you, the voters. Change starts in your community, with people learning, speaking, engaging, and acting person-to-person. It also means listening and addressing issues of particular concern to black voters, including job creation initiatives, an educational opportunity agenda, and supporting strong families and safe communities.
That's why the GOP has ramped up its presence at community events, churches, and in black media throughout the Ohio. We believe no vote should be taken for granted and plan to engage where voters are.
Most recently, the GOP attended the Heritage Concert Series in Columbus, the Women's Empowerment Conference in Cincinatti, and Family Zoo Day at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo.
Take a look below at #CommittedtoCommunity in action, and stay tuned to find out where you can connect with us in the future!
Orlando Watson, RNC Communication Director for Black Media, joins radio host and community activist Yaves Ellis in-studio to discuss #CommittedToCommunity in Columbus, Ohio.
Kristal Quarker Hartsfield, RNC Director of African American Strategic Initiatives, speaks with voters at the Women’s Empowerment Conference in Cincinnati, Ohio.
At Family Zoo Day in Cleveland, Brian Barnes, RNC Co – Director of African American Strategic Initiatives in Ohio, gathers feedback from a voter about the issues that matter most to her family.
At the Heritage Concert Series in Columbus, Jeff Pastor, RNC Co – Director of African American Strategic Initiatives in Ohio, distributes #CommittedToCommunity palm cards to voters and collects their feedback.
GOP Black Republicans