Trump appointee atop RNC lines up resources to protect vulnerable Republicans in New York

Six House races in New York are believed to be up for grabs for both Republicans and Democrats. With five of them being held by first-term Republican lawmakers, Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Whatley is working hard to ensure that the party does not lose ground to Democrats in November.

Following a Tuesday meeting with House Republicans, Whatley said the party will be honing in on pivotal races in historically blue states such as New York and California. Hand-picked by former President Donald Trump, Whatley replaced Ronna McDaniel following her departure in March.

Michael Whatley, the Republican National Committee chairman, gives an address during the general session of the RNC Spring Meeting on Friday, March 8, 2024, in Houston. (AP Photo/Michael Wyke)

The RNC’s renewed efforts to assist New York Republicans critical to the GOP’s House majority comes as
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