Republican Governors Association
|Republican Governors Association|
|Chairman||Chris Christie (New Jersey)|
|Vice Chairman||Bobby Jindal (Louisiana)|
|Executive Committee||Rick Scott, Susana Martinez, Tom Corbett, Nikki Haley|
1747 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Suite 250Washington, DC 20006
|Politics of United States
Its current chairman is Governor Chris Christie of New Jersey, who assumed the office in November 2013. Governor Bobby Jindal of Louisiana serves as vice chairman, and the executive committee is composed of Governors Rick Scott of Florida, Chris Christie of New Jersey, Susana Martinez of New Mexico, Tom Corbett of Pennsylvania, Nikki Haley of South Carolina
- To assist in the election of Republican gubernatorial candidates and the reelection of incumbent Republican Governors.
- To utilize the talent, knowledge, creativity of the governors to effectively debate and shape public policy on issues affecting the states; and
- To enable Republican Governors to express, develop and promote the philosophy of the Republican Party at the state and local levels nationwide.
List of current Republican governors
|Current Governor||State||Past||Took office||Current term|
|Robert J. Bentley||Alabama||List||2011||First term|
|Sean Parnell||Alaska||List||2009||Second term (elected to first full term in 2010)|
|Jan Brewer||Arizona||List||2009||Second term (elected to first full term in 2010)|
|Rick Scott||Florida||List||2011||First term|
|Nathan Deal||Georgia||List||2011||First term|
|Butch Otter||Idaho||List||2007||Second term|
|Terry Branstad||Iowa||List||2011||First term|
|Mike Pence||Indiana||List||2013||First term|
|Sam Brownback||Kansas||List||2011||Fist term|
|Bobby Jindal||Louisiana||List||2008||Second term|
|Paul LePage||Maine||List||2011||First term|
|Rick Snyder||Michigan||List||2011||First term|
|Phil Bryant||Mississippi||List||2012||First term|
|Dave Heineman||Nebraska||List||2005||Second term|
|Brian Sandoval||Nevada||List||2011||First term|
|Chris Christie||New Jersey||List||2010||First term (re-elected to a second term in 2013)|
|Susana Martinez||New Mexico||List||2011||First term|
|Jack Dalrymple||North Dakota||List||2010||Second term (elected to first full term in 2012)|
|Pat McCrory||North Carolina||List||2013||First term|
|John Kasich||Ohio||List||2011||First term|
|Mary Fallin||Oklahoma||List||2011||First term|
|Tom Corbett||Pennsylvania||List||2011||First term|
|Nikki Haley||South Carolina||List||2011||First term|
|Dennis Daugaard||South Dakota||List||2011||First term|
|Bill Haslam||Tennessee||List||2011||First term|
|Rick Perry||Texas||List||2000||Fourth term (third full term)|
|Gary Herbert||Utah||List||2009||First term|
|Scott Walker||Wisconsin||List||2011||First term (Won recall election in 2012)|
|Matt Mead||Wyoming||List||2011||First term|
In addition to governors of U.S. states, the RGA also offers membership to Republican governors of U.S. territories.
|Governor||Territory||Prev||Took office||Seat Up|
In the 18 months ending June 30, 2010, the RGA raised $58 million, while its counterpart DGA raised $40 million. "Unlike the national political parties and federal candidates, the governors’ associations can take in unlimited amounts from corporations," according to Bloomberg Businessweek, which notes that the RGA recently received $1 million from Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation, the parent corporation of Fox News, and $500,000 from WellPoint, a major US health insurance firm.
- "About the RGA".
- RGA Announces New Leadership
- Jonathan D. Salant (August 16, 2010). "Republicans See Gains in Governors’ Races as Funding Hits Peak". Business Week. Retrieved August 17, 2010.