From Spencer Brown at Townhall:
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- As it stands in the three-way race for RNC chair, incumbent RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel has — according to public statements and announced endorsements — the advantage heading into this week’s Winter Meeting. As Townhall reported previously, 107 of the 168 RNC members said at the time that they supported McDaniel. Harmeet Dhillon, meanwhile reportedly has around 60 members in her corner, and locked down endorsements from big-name conservatives and major GOP donors. The only problem is that figures like Tucker Carlson, Megyn Kelly, and Mark Levin don’t get a vote on who becomes chair of the RNC.
- The third announced candidate, Minnesota pillow magnate Mike Lindell, qualified to receive votes in the contest, but with 167 RNC members accounted for between McDaniel and Dhillon’s columns, it doesn’t look like he’ll swing much support.
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