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NameRonna McDanielFirst NameRonnaLast NameMcDanielOccupationPoliticianBirthdayMarch 20Birth Year1973Place of BirthAustinHome TownTexasBirth CountryUnited StatesBirth SignPiscesFull/Birth NameParentsScott Romney, Ronna RomneySiblingsNot AvailableSpousePatrick McDanielChildren(s)Nash McDaniel, Abigail McDaniel Net Worth (2024)$5 Million*Net Worth in 2023$3 Million*SalaryUnder ReviewSource of IncomePoliticianCarsNot AvailableHouseLiving in own house.N.B: * means unconfirmed

During the 2016 U.S. presidential election, McDaniel served as a delegate to the 2016 Republican National Convention for Donald Trump. Following the 2016 presidential election, McDaniel became a candidate to chair the Republican National Committee.

In October 2017 after Harvey Weinstein, a major donor to the Democratic Party, was accused of sexual abuse, McDaniel said that “returning Weinstein’s dirty money should be a no-brainer”; the Democratic Party did give away some of Weinstein’s contributions. In January 2018, Steve Wynn resigned as RNC finance chairman after he was accused of sexual misconduct and McDaniel came under pressure to return his donations. McDaniel said that Wynn should be allowed “due process” and that his donations would only be returned after the allegations were investigated by the Wynn Resorts board of directors. In May 2019, it was reported that Wynn had donated nearly $400,000 to the national Republican Party, most of it to the RNC, the previous month. In 2017, Wynn and his wife donated $375,000 to the RNC. As of May 2019, none of the money has been returned by the RNC. Steve Wynn has never been convicted of the allegations.

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In 2015, McDaniel ran for chairwoman of the Michigan Republican Party, receiving support from both the party establishment and Tea Party activists. At the party’s convention in February 2015, she defeated Norm Hughes and Kim Shmina, receiving 55% of the vote in the first ballot. She succeeded Bobby Schostak as chairwoman and stepped down from her position at the RNC.

Politico reported in November 2018 that McDaniel called on the Republican candidate Martha McSally to be more aggressive during the ballot counting process in the Arizona Senate race. The Arizona Senate race remained undecided for several days after election night while all ballots were being accounted in a close contest. McSally held a lead by the end of election night, but her lead narrowed over the next few days, as more ballots were counted. Reportedly, the McSally campaign was being pressured from McDaniel for not being aggressive enough.

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