Republican National Committee
July 26, 2018

 RNC Announces Leadership for 2020 Republican National Convention in Charlotte 

WASHINGTON — Today, Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel announced Toni Anne Dashiell will serve as the Chair of the Party's Committee on Arrangements (COA), which is in charge of organizing the 2020 Republican National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Toni Anne Dashiell currently serves as the Republican National Committeewoman for Texas and has been a leader within the Republican Party organization. She was previously the Kendall County Republican Party Chairman and has been elected a delegate to numerous Texas Republican State Conventions, as well as the 2004, 2008, 2012 and 2016 Republican National Conventions. She is currently on the RNC Budget Committee and has served on the RNC Committee on Arrangements, 2016 Convention Rules Committee and Presidential Nominating Process Committee.
"I am thrilled to announce Toni Anne will lead and organize the most successful convention in history for President Trump and our Party," Chairwoman McDaniel said. "Toni Anne has dedicated her life to the Republican Party and has the experience to lead and organize an event of this scale and magnitude. I'm confident that with Toni Anne as chairman, we will celebrate the stellar American comeback President Trump has brought to this great nation."
"Toni Anne’s experience will ensure the 2020 convention in Charlotte is a resounding success," President Trump’s 2020 Campaign Manager Brad Parscale said. "President Trump and Vice President Pence are delivering results to the American people and we look forward to championing their America First agenda and long list of accomplishments in Charlotte."

"I want to thank Chairwoman McDaniel for her vision and trust to ensure a top notch convention in Charlotte," Dashiell said. "I'm looking forward to the months ahead and working with such an incredible team that will nominate President Trump and Vice President Pence to continue to Make America Great Again."
The COA will oversee planning for convention activities, and coordinate with local leaders who have helped pave the way for the event. It will eventually be made up of one Republican Party representative from each state; additional members will be announced at a later time.