RLC Elects Eight New Regional Directors

I am pleased to announce that pursuant to our bylaws, the elections for Regional Directors were completed last week, and the National Board is now fully constituted.

RLC Condemns Supreme Court DNA Ruling

In a statement issued by its National Board, the Republican Liberty Caucus (RLC) condemned a ruling handed down by the Supreme Court Monday which allows police to collect an individual’s DNA without probable cause.

According to RLC National Chairman Matt Nye, the 5-4 decision in Maryland vs King circumvents the Fourth Amendment, and is another in a long list of assaults on individual privacy.

Board Approves New Region Boundaries

Delegates at the 2013 RLC Biennial Convention in Austin, TX approved a bylaws amendment that doubled the number of regions from four to eight. The original regions - North East, South East, Mid West and Western - were redrawn and (some) renamed the following: North East, Atlantic, South East, Central, Great Plains, South Central, North West and South West. The map below was approved by the National Board on a special board call Sunday, May 19th.

Rand Paul Wins Presidential Straw Poll

Austin, TX - United States Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky won the presidential preference straw poll at the Republican Liberty Caucus (RLC) National Convention in Austin, Texas. Senator Ted Cruz of Texas finished second and Judge Andrew Napolitano, a Fox News commentator, finished third.

About the Republican Liberty Caucus

Are you concerned about the direction our country is going? We are!

Rather than sit back and let our liberty be whittled away, we're working to shift the Republican Party and American politics back to adherence to the rule of law and the U.S. Constitution.

At Republican Liberty Caucus we believe that less government means more liberty. We advocate the principles of individual rights, limited government, and free enterprise. We work in the Republican Party because we believe it is the best vehicle for bringing about the political changes we want.

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