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Tennessee Governor Bill Lee to lead Republican Governors Association

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Republican Governors Association (RGA) has announced the election of Tennessee Governor Bill Lee as the RGA Chair and Georgia Governor Brian Kemp as the RGA Vice Chair for the year 2024. The election took place at the conclusion of the RGA’s 2023 Annual Conference, and both governors will immediately step into their roles, serving a one-year term.

Governor Bill Lee, the incoming RGA Chair, expressed the commitment of Republican governors to advancing common-sense conservative policies that drive economic prosperity and broaden opportunities, security, and freedom. He acknowledged and thanked Governor Kim Reynolds for her outstanding leadership as the RGA Chair in the past year and looks forward to collaborating with colleagues to support existing Republican governors and elect more to office.

Governor Brian Kemp, the incoming RGA Vice Chair, expressed his honor in assuming the position and looks forward to working with his fellow governors to ensure the success of the RGA’s initiatives in 2024. He praised the RGA as consistently the most effective political organization in the country and expressed confidence in continuing to spread their message nationwide under Governor Lee’s leadership.

Joining Governors Lee and Kemp on the RGA’s 2024 Executive Committee are the following governors: Sarah Huckabee Sanders of Arkansas, Eric Holcomb of Indiana, Kim Reynolds of Iowa, Tate Reeves of Mississippi, Greg Gianforte of Montana, Henry McMaster of South Carolina, Greg Abbott of Texas, and Glenn Youngkin of Virginia. Governor Kevin Stitt of Oklahoma will serve as the Policy Chair.

By: Montana Newsroom Staff

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