Are You Interested in Joining a Committee for the RLC?

The committees of the Republican Liberty Caucus are the backbone of our organization. People from all over the country with specialized skills in many areas come together to keep the RLC moving forward and successful. However, we are always looking for a new perspective from our members. Committee volunteers are needed all year round.

Republican Liberty Caucus Committees include:

RLC State Charters are Re-Organizing All Over the Country

2018 was a great year for the Republican Liberty Caucus. A flurry of new activity saw states all over the country reorganizing and building. States like South Carolina and Ohio held largely successful conventions bringing in new members and leadership while other states like Missouri and Louisiana who had become less active reorganized.

Our membership and supporters have grown to over 30,000 strong and 2019 is already beginning with new organizational meetings to keep building on the momentum of the past year.

Congratulations to the RLC Endorsed Candidates

Election Day brought mixed results as Republican Liberty Caucus endorsed candidates, Michael Cloud, Greg Stuebe, Christopher Peters, Eric Brakey and Salvatore Caiozzo took their message of liberty and freedom to the polls for the first time. Incumbents, Walter Jones, Thomas Massie, Justin Amash and Rod Blum were seeking new terms as our champions of liberty. The results were mixed but RLC endorsed candidates still did well this elections cycle.

The Republican Liberty Caucus of Louisiana Returns to Active Status

New Orleans, LA — The Republican Liberty Caucus of Louisiana successfully held its first organizational meeting at Mr. Ed’s Oyster Bar & Fish House this past Thursday. The purpose of the meeting was to reestablish the state chapter’s active status with the national organization, elect officers to serve on its state board, introduce others to the RLC, discuss strategy, and build working relationships with others. The meeting was lead by Lee Neher and organized by Rob Maness and Kelly Camp.

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