CRNC National Chairman

This is a list of the Chairpersons of the College Republican National Committee. This list includes those persons who served as national chairman of College Republican National Committee and its predecessor organizations, including the American Republican College League, and the Associated University Republican Clubs. The Chairperson of the College Republican National Committee is elected at the organization's bi-annual meeting.

Chairpersons of the College Republican National Committee

Chairman

Organization

Term

James F. Burke American Republican College League 1892
Delmar Hawkins American Republican College League 1893
Theodore Cox American Republican College League 1894
L. Brand Vaughan American Republican College League 1895
James Breck Perkins American Republican College League 1896
Arnold Davis American Republican College League 1897–1900
Harry B. Kirtland American Republican College League 1900–1904
Alfred E. Lunt National Republican College League 1904–1908
John Hamlin Associated University Republican Clubs 1924
George H. Olmsted Young Republican Organizations for Hoover 1931–1932
Charles Curtis Republican National League 1933
George H. Olmsted Young Republican National Committee 1934
J. Kenneth Bradley Division of Young Republican Activities 1935
George H. Olmsted Young Republican National Federation 1935
J. Kenneth Bradley Young Republican National Federation 1936
Henry A. Bubb Young Republican National F\ederation 1936–1938
Donald Hornbeck Young Republican National Federation 1938–1940
Gordon L. Allott Young Republican National Federation 1941–1946
Ralph Elihu Becker Young Republican National Federation 1946–1947
Saralou Mather College and University Committee 1947
John King College and University Committee 1947–1949
Roger Allan Moore College Service Committee 1949–1953
John R. Begg College Service Committee 1953–1955
Marlin McDaniel College Service Committee 1955–1957
Dan Hofgren College Service Committee 1957–1959
William A. Steiger College Service Committee 1959–1961
Jim Harff College Service Committee 1961–1963
Jerry Dickson College Service Committee 1963–1965
Tom Pauken College Republican National Committee 1965–1967
Gary Fairchild College Republican National Committee 1967–1969
Robert Polack College Republican National Committee 1969–1970
Joe Abate College Republican National Committee 1970–1973
Karl C. Rove College Republican National Committee 1973–1977
John Brady College Republican National Committee 1977–1979
Steve Gibble College Republican National Committee 1979–1981
Jack Abramoff College Republican National Committee 1981–1985
Ted Higgins College Republican National Committee 1985
David Minor College Republican National Committee 1985–1987
Stockton Reeves College Republican National Committee 1987–1989
Tony Zagotta College Republican National Committee 1989–1993
Bill Spadea College Republican National Committee 1993–1995
Joe Galli College Republican National Committee 1995–1997
Adam Brohimer College Republican National Committee 1997–1999
Scott Stewart College Republican National Committee 1999–2003
Eric Hoplin College Republican National Committee 2003–2005
Paul Gourley College Republican National Committee 2005–2007
Charlie Smith College Republican National Committee 2007–2009
Zach Howell College Republican National Committee 2009–2011
Alex Schriver College Republican National Committee 2011-2013
Alexandra C. Smith College Republican National Committee 2013-

References

See also

External links

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