Today, GOPAC announced its 2013 Emerging Leaders, comprised of promising state legislators who have shown a commitment to limited government ideals being implemented by Republicans at the state level throughout the country, leading to more private sector jobs, more effective government at lower costs, and increased prosperity.
GOPAC’s Emerging Leader program is a yearlong initiative to coach, develop, and promote promising state legislators. The program’s cornerstone is the Annual Emerging Leaders’ Summit, taking place June 16-19, 2013 in New York City, which provides attendees with interactive seminars, leadership training, and networking opportunities. Aiding GOPAC with this event are four former Emerging Leaders who have signed on as Honorary Co-Chairs: Virginia State Senator Bryce Reeves, Florida State House Deputy Majority Leader and Majority Whip Dana Young, North Carolina State Representative Tom Murry, and Iowa State Representative Walt Rogers.
Members are nominated by GOPAC’s Legislative Leaders Advisory Board for their potential and ability to have an impact in their state and the Republican Party.