Former Florida Governor, Sen. Rick Scott Named Chairman of National Republican Senatorial Committee

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served two terms as governor of Florida

Sen. Rick Scott was named chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee on Tuesday after being selected by fellow GOP members.

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA – Sen. Rick Scott was named chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee on Tuesday after being selected by fellow GOP members.

The NRSC (National Republican Senatorial Committee) is the only national organization solely devoted to strengthening the Republican Senate Majority and electing Republicans to the United States Senate.

The former Florida governor was unopposed for National Republican Senatorial Committee chairmanship, after announcing he would run for the post late last week.

Before Scott was elected to the Senate, he was also a Navy veteran and served two terms as governor of Florida.

“I’m honored my colleagues entrusted me with this responsibility and I look forward to the challenge. Keeping a Senate majority is vitally important to the future of this country and to preserving the American dream,” said Sen. Scott.

“Republicans across the nation are fighting for lower taxes, better jobs and opportunity, a secure border and safe communities. We know Democrats want the opposite — socialism, Medicare-for-all, defunding the police and the Green New Deal — and we won’t accept that. I’m confident that our message will continue to resonate with the American people and we won’t stop fighting to make Washington work for all families.”

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