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Trump supporters will likely want to step outside for a moment after reading this regarding tomorrow night’s GOP debate being hosted by Fox News.
Most are likely unaware that a sizable portion of the debate’s ticket allocation was controlled by the Michigan Republican State Chair.
Her name is Ronna Romney McDaniel.
And yes, as the name implies, she’s a Romney.
Ronna Romney McDaniel was elected as the State Chairman from Michigan in February of 2015. She has served as a Precinct Delegate, as a District Committee Executive Member and State Committeewoman in Michigan. She Chaired the Women for Mitt Michigan Coalition in 2012, and served as National Delegate to the Tampa Convention representing Michigan’s 11th District. In 2013, she served as Co-Chair for the Mackinac Leadership Conference and was appointed by Governor Rick Snyder to serve on the Board of Marriage and Family Therapists. In her local community of Northville, Ronna has served on land planning and public safety committees and is actively involved in her local PTA. She received her B.A. in English from Brigham Young University. Ronna is married to Patrick McDaniel and has two children, Abigail and Nash.
Michigan Republican Party Chair Ronna Romney McDaniel, niece of former Gov. Mitt Romney of Massachusetts, discusses the upcoming Michigan primary and the state of the Republican race on “With All Due Respect."
Good luck getting into Detroit’s GOP debate
Lansing — The Michigan Republican Party received more than 21,000 ticket requests for Thursday’s presidential debate in Detroit but will only be giving out about 50 tickets to the public.
The Republican National Committee allocated 400 tickets to the state party, which is expected to give roughly 350 to elected officials, state committee members and grassroots activists, said Michigan GOP spokeswoman Sarah Anderson.
This leaves 50 tickets for the public. The tickets will be randomly awarded to some of the 21,000 people who filled out an online form on the state party website.