1. Michael Steele   Michael Steele is the founder of the Republican Leadership Council, a fiscally conservative and socially inclusive political action com1. Michael Steele   Michael Steele is the founder of the Republican Leadership Council, a fiscally conservative and socially inclusive political action committee. He made a name for himself when he became the first African-American chairman of the Republican National Committee. He was also  the first African-American to be chair of any…

1. Michael Steele Michael Steele is the founder of the Republican Leadership Council, a fiscally conservative and socially inclusive political action com1. Michael Steele Michael Steele is the founder of the Republican Leadership Council, a fiscally conservative and socially inclusive political action committee. He made a name for himself when he became the first African-American chairman of the Republican National Committee. He was also the first African-American to be chair of any…

10 Black Republicans You Don't Know But Should: Patricia Funderburk Ware

10 Black Republicans You Don't Know But Should: Patricia Funderburk Ware

Mia Love is Congress' first black Republican woman

Mia Love is Congress' first black Republican woman

Omarosa Manigault Is Very Powerful — And A Lot Of Black Republicans Don't Like It - BuzzFeed News

Omarosa Manigault Is Very Powerful — And A Lot Of Black Republicans Don't Like It - BuzzFeed News

BLACK REPUBLICAN BLOG: National Black Republican Association Endorses Donald J. Trump

BLACK REPUBLICAN BLOG: National Black Republican Association Endorses Donald J. Trump

Ada M. Fisher is a retired physician from Salisbury, North Carolina, a life member of the NAACP, and a lifelong Republican. Fisher is the Republican National Committeewoman for the state of North Carolina.

Ada M. Fisher is a retired physician from Salisbury, North Carolina, a life member of the NAACP, and a lifelong Republican. Fisher is the Republican National Committeewoman for the state of North Carolina.

On Friday, Louisiana State Senator Elbert Guillory switched his party affiliation from the Democrat to the Republican party, becoming the first black Republican in the Louisiana legislature since Reconstruction. "I am as of this day joining Fredrich Douglass as a Republican," he said.

On Friday, Louisiana State Senator Elbert Guillory switched his party affiliation from the Democrat to the Republican party, becoming the first black Republican in the Louisiana legislature since Reconstruction. "I am as of this day joining Fredrich Douglass as a Republican," he said.

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