Evan Power Announces for National Committeeman

Tallahassee, FL – Evan J. Power, Vice Chairman of the Republican Party of Florida and Chairman of the Leon County Republican Party, announced today that he will run for National Committeeman to serve on the Republican National Committee at the Annual Meeting.

“After meeting with and spending time with my fellow State Executive Committee members we all seem to agree that Floridians are growing tired of winning big elections here in Florida but then seeing those victories do not carry over to the rest of the Country. Florida needs a fighter that will work to bring the successes that we have achieved here in Florida to the Republican National Committee.”

Evan has been the Leon County Chairman since 2014, served as Assistant Treasurer and Chair of Chairs of the Republican Party of Florida, and was a two-time Delegate to the Republican National Convention. He is currently Vice Chairman of the Republican Party of Florida. He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Finance and a Master of Science in Political Science in American Politics and Public Policy from the Florida State University.

“Florida has led the way, and we need to make sure our values are represented at the Republican National Committee.  We need to ensure that the RNC is prepared to win across the Country so that we can continue.” Evan stated.

“Florida had one of the most successful conservative election nights in generations in 2022. We have been blessed with effective conservative leadership from local School Boards all the way to the Governor’s Mansion, but all that success does not matter when we allow Democrats to win races nationwide and try to hollow out our Country. That is why Florida needs a relentless fighter on the RNC,” Evan stated.