The conservative House Freedom Caucus announced the creation of three new leadership positions to fight emboldened House Democrats, now in the majority.
The Daily Caller’s Henry Rodgers reports:
The caucus, whose mission statement is to “give a voice to countless Americans who feel that Washington does not represent them,” elected three members in 2019 to fill new positions created by the caucus in 2019. Ohio Republican Rep. Warren Davidson will serve as policy chair for the Caucus. Georgia Republican Rep. Jody Hice will serve as communications chair and Pennsylvania Republican Rep. Scott Perry will serve as Caucus whip.
“I am deeply honored that my friends and colleagues have selected me to serve as the first Communications Chair of the House Freedom Caucus. As a former radio host, I am looking forward to lifting the forgotten voices of the American people and driving a conservative narrative in support of fiscal discipline, limited government, and traditional values, all with the ultimate goal of Republicans retaking the House majority,” Hice told TheDCNF Friday.
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