April Meeting – Redistricting
Former President Obama and former Attorney General Eric Holder are galvanizing liberals around redistricting. They are focusing on redistricting efforts as a way to get more movement on the New Green Deal, gun control, Obamacare, and other progressive initiatives. They intend to move state legislatures and House districts to elect members who are more in line with their political views. Adam Kincaid and Dale Oldham are leading the national charge to stop them. You won’t want to miss Village Republican Women’s April 24th general meeting for an update from Mr. Kincaid and Mr. Oldham.
Adam Kincaid is the Executive Director of the National Republican Redistricting Trust (NRRT) and Fair Lines America. During his career in conservative politics he has worked with committees, campaigns, and state parties across all 50 states at the federal, state, and local levels. Prior to coming to NRRT, Adam worked as the Special Projects Director at the Republican National Committee; as the Redistricting Coordinator, Southeastern Political Director, and National Data Director for the National Republican Congressional Committee; and as the Deputy Political Director and Director of Policy and Research for the Republican Governors Association. His first job in politics was as the Voter Programs Director for the Georgia Republican Party.
Dale Oldham is a legal adviser to NRRT and is currently the Redistricting Counsel for the Republican National Committee, as he was for the 2000 redistricting cycle. Dale was Associate Counsel during the 1990 redistricting cycle. Mr. Oldham was Counsel to FEC Commissioner Don McGahn and was the former Counsel for the Congressionally appointed Members of the Census Monitoring Board. He has been involved in nearly all of the critical redistricting cases of the last three redistricting cycles. Mr. Oldham has spoken at numerous seminars and symposiums on redistricting, the census, free speech, campaign finance and election law, and school choice issues.
~ Deanna Harrington, Programs