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Republican Conference Vice-chairman Of The United States House Of Representatives

 

Republican Conference Vice-chairman Of The United States House Of Representatives

The Vice-Chair of the Republican Conference in the United States House of Representatives is a leadership position that is next in rank after the House Republican Conference Chairman. Like the chair, the vice-chair is elected by a vote of all Republican House members before each Congress. Among other duties, the vice-chair has a seat on both the Steering and Policy Committees.[1]

Vice-Chairs

This list is incomplete.

References

  1. ^ (PDF) http://www.rules.house.gov/archives/RS20930.pdf. 

See also

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