RAJA ANNOUNCES INTENTION TO STEP DOWN AS RCAC CHAIR
Decision provides next Chair additional time to prepare for important 2020 Presidential Election
GREENTREE, PA – Local businessman and community leader, D. Raja, today announced he will step down from his volunteer service as Chair of the Republican Committee of Allegheny County (RCAC) on June 29, 2019, or sooner if the election to select the new Chair can be scheduled and held.
Raja’s decision will provide the next RCAC Chair additional time to prepare for the important 2020 Presidential Campaign since he did not intend to see reelection as Chair. This same advantage was provided by Raja’s predecessor, Jim Roddey, when he stepped down prior to the end of his term during the 2016 cycle.
“Leading the Republican Party in Allegheny County and working with our entire RCAC team including all local chairs and committee members has been an honor …
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