Ronna McDaniel Floats Run For Governor Of Michigan

Politico reports:

Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel told party officials Wednesday that she’s considered stepping down from her post to challenge Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer in 2022. McDaniel’s remarks came during a closed-door meeting on Wednesday with RNC members in Dallas, where she was giving an after-action report on the 2020 election.

McDaniel expressed frustration about Whitmer, saying the first-term Democrat had severely mishandled the pandemic. The 48-year-old McDaniel has deep family roots in Michigan politics. Her grandfather, George Romney, served as Michigan governor for three terms, and her grandmother, Lenore, waged an unsuccessful 1970 Senate bid. Her mother, Ronna, waged unsuccessful 1994 and 1996 Senate campaigns and also served on the RNC.

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