NCGOP Chairman Michael Whatley Appointed General Counsel for RNC

NCGOP Statement on Chairman Whatley's RNC Appointment

February 28, 2022

For Immediate Release

RALEIGH, N.C. – The North Carolina Republican Party is pleased to announce that its Chairman, Michael Whatley, has been named General Counsel for the Republican National Committee (RNC). 

"Chairman Michael Whatley has done incredible work leading the North Carolina Republican Party to key victories since taking the role in 2019," said RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel. "An accomplished lawyer with a wide breadth of experience at every level of the political process, Chairman Whatley will bring election integrity expertise, strong grassroots ties, and a winning record to the General Counsel's office. I look forward to working closely with the Chairman as we expand our lawfare efforts and work to make Joe Biden a one term president."

"It is an honor to be named General Counsel for the Republican National Committee," said NCGOP Chairman Whatley in reaction to the appointment. "I am excited to work with the RNC, State and Territorial Parties and our Republican Candidates across the Country to ensure that we have fair elections in the crucial 2024 Election Cycle."

North Carolina has proven to be a state of increasing importance in national politics while also serving as a model for Republican electoral victories. Chairman Whatley's appointment as RNC General Counsel further emphasizes our great state as a microcosm of American voters' highest priorities and the NCGOP is proud to help lead the nation toward victory in 2024 and beyond.

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