Sharon Day, Co-Chair of the Republican National Committee, spoke to a packed house at our 75th Anniversary Brunch on October 15, 2011.
Sharon Day was elected Co-Chair of the RNC on January 14, 2011. Sharon was RNC Secretary from 2009-2011, and has served our Republican Party at the local, state and national level for more than 20 years.
Sharon has built several businesses in the insurance and marketing industry, creating hundreds of jobs. She has used her private sector success in the politial arena working for candidates, committees and groups that believe in the power of small businesses and the free market system.
Sharon has been a member of the Broward County, Florida Republican Executive Committee since 1994 and State Committeewoman from Broward County since 1996. She served as Florida's National Committeewoman from 2004 until 2009, when she was elected as Secretary of the RNC.
Sharon played an important role in the 2000 election recount by identifying and deploying Republican ballot counters in Broward County to ensure that the review was balanced and transparent. Following that effort, Governor Jeb Bush appointed Sharon to the Florida Committee for Election Reform.
in 2006, Sharon was elected one of eight members for the site selection committee for the 2008 RNC Convention. She was Chairman of the Convention's Special Events and was also appointed to the Committee on Arrangements. Sharon received a similar appointment for the 2012 Convention, which will be held in her home state of Florida.
Sharon was appointed by both Governor Bush and Governor Christ to the Broward County Housing Authority, and serves as a Commissioner on the Florida Commission on the Status of Women.
Sharon has recruited numerous successful candidates and has worked closely with party activists and supporters to spread our Republican message of less taxes, less spending, and more freedom. She looks to continued GOP success in the future through the use of the latest technology.
We were thrilled that Sharon joined us to celebrate our past and to kick off the campaign season. Thanks Sharon!