Two of the largest college Republican groups in the country have separated from the equivalent of their governing body after what some deemed to be a rigged election took place.
The College Republican National Committee (CRNC) has officially split, following the announcement of the formation of a ‘National Federation of College Republicans’.
The new National Federation currently has two members, the Texas Federation of College Republicans and the New York Federation of College Republicans, two of the largest and most conservative College Republican state federations, and was formed following a rigged election for state chairman of the CRNC.National File
It sounds like they made an honorable decision.
We all know about how intolerable rigged elections should be!
Here’s what their new interim group posted on Twitter.
And this may not be confined to Texas and New York, either.
The Texas and New York federations announced their decisions to leave the CRNC immediately after the election, and were joined by the Mississippi, Oregon and Florida federations, which have not yet announced their intent to join the new National Federation, but are expected to do so.National File
It’s great to see young college Republicans taking a stand against what they see as corruption in the GOP.
Let’s hope this gathers momentum.