Republican Governors Association
|Chairman||Scott Walker (Wisconsin)|
|Vice Chairman||Rick Scott (Florida)|
|Executive Committee||Greg Abbott, Charlie Baker, Doug Ducey, Mary Fallin, Bill Haslam, Larry Hogan, Asa Hutchinson, Susana Martinez, Pete Ricketts|
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In 2017 the RGA chairman is Governor Scott Walker of Wisconsin, who assumed the office in November 2016, succeeding Governor Susana Martinez of New Mexico. The rest of the Executive Committee includes Governors Doug Ducey of Arizona, Mary Fallin of Oklahoma, Rick Scott of Florida, Greg Abbott of Texas, Bill Haslam of Tennessee, Charlie Baker of Massachusetts, and Pete Ricketts of Nebraska.
List of current Republican governors
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|
|Eddie Baza Calvo||Guam||List||2011||2018|
|Ralph Torres||Northern Mariana Islands||List||2015 (succeeded)||2018|
List of RGA Chairs
Current and former RGA Chairs.
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 2017 Leadership
- Jonathan D. Salant (August 16, 2010). "Republicans See Gains in Governors' Races as Funding Hits Peak". Business Week. Retrieved August 17, 2010.