WASHINGTON – Today the Republican National Committee announced the latest phase of nationwide hires as part of what will be the largest RNC field program in history. With this new wave of hires, the RNC now has staff build-outs in place in Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Michigan, North Carolina, New Hampshire, New Mexico, Nevada, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Wisconsin. The RNC's field program has grown to over one hundred staff in key states and will eventually expand to thousands of paid staff across the country.
The new hires will join staff who have been in key states and neighborhoods across the country since 2013, building relationships, attending community events, and registering voters. The RNC’s field program will place a premium on training, voter registration, and peer-to-peer contact to engage and activate diverse communities of voters to vote for our Republican nominee and the entire GOP ticket.
“The RNC is building the largest, earliest and most data focused field program in GOP history,” said RNC Chairman Reince Priebus. “This new wave of staff will help us train our team, register voters, and meet one-on-one with activists, to build our infrastructure now in order to hand our eventual nominee a fully functional ground operation on day one.”
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