Reynolds is Now Chair of Republican Governors Association
Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds (Official Photo)

(Radio Iowa) Governor Kim Reynolds has been elected chair of the Republican Governors Association. Reynolds says Republican governors and candidates must show voters an alternative to the chaos and dysfunction in the federal government.

“Tell them what you’re going to do. Follow through,” Reynolds says. “And how about we respect the people that we serve.”
Twenty-eight states currently have a Republican governor, but Democrats defeated GOP candidates in three of those states last week. There are three governors races in 2023 and Reynolds, as the Republican Governors Association chair, will now be leading fundraising and other efforts to support GOP candidates for governor in Kentucky, Louisiana and Mississippi.

“I think we need to continue to focus on the economy,” Reynolds says. “We need to continue to focus on getting results in kitchen table issues that families are dealing with in every one of our states.” Reynolds made her remarks this week at the Republican Governors Association meeting in Florida. Sara Craig Gongol, who has served as Reynolds’ chief of staff for nearly four years, is leaving to take over as executive director of the Republican Governors Association in January. Craig Gongol was a consultant on Governor Reynolds’ 2018 campaign and she’s worked for a number of state and federal candidates in Iowa and elsewhere.

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