“I have been overwhelmed from the encouragement and support I’ve gotten since I entered the race," Power told The Florida Report. "Florida needs a leader who will fight for them on the RNC. They need someone who will be at the spearhead of defense for the President, Governor, and our Republican principles.”
Power is no stranger to Florida's political arena. He's served as the Republican chair in the state's capital for five years, being an instrumental leader in helping Tallahassee flip a congressional seat in 2016. Power also served as the state party’s assistant treasurer for three years, and was a delegate at the 2016 Republican National Convention.
Aside from the political credentials, Power also maintains a presence in Florida's ever-changing inner-workings. The 38-years-old lobbyist works for Ramba Consulting Group, a position he's held since 2016.
A native of Chattanooga, Tennessee, Power moved to Tallahassee and attended Florida State University. There he received a bachelor’s degree in finance and a master’s in Applied American Politics and Policy. He would go on to work for Sen. Marco Rubio, serving both in the Majority Office and the Procedures and Policy office where he left after serving as the Legislative Analyst.
The position of Republican National Committeeman (RNC) is no small task. The job includes overseeing the presidential nominating process, gaining and increasing support for party candidates, and conducting polling and funding in races across the country.
With 2020 elections quickly approaching, Power will have his hands full helping re-elect conservatives, and most importantly, seeing to it that President Donald Trump maintains control of the White House Power, however, believes his service, experience, and conservative agenda will push him across the finish line.
"I have served in the leadership of RPOF the last four years and feel this position gives me the ability to continue that service. To go the RNC to fight to make sure Florida is relevant in regards to Primary placement and Presidential debates as well as pushing for a conservative platform."
The election will be decided at the annual meetings on Jan. 11. The RNC serves from the conclusion of the 2020 convention until the close of the 2024 convention.
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