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Republican Party of American Samoa

Republican Party of American Samoa is the affiliate of the U.S. Republican Party in American Samoa. The party was founded by Peter Tali Coleman.[1] The current party chair is Dr. Victor T. Tofaeono, who was elected Chairman for a two-year term during the American Samoa Republican Caucus,[2] effective March 13, 2012. The caucus also saw the election of High Chief Aumoeualogo T. J. Fuavai and Amata Coleman Radewagen as National Committeeman and National Committeewoman[2] for the Republican National Committee.

As of 2012, Brandon Smart is the executive director of the party.[3]

In the 2014 elections, Radewagen was elected as American Samoa's Delegate to Congress.

References

  1. ^ Coleman
  2. ^ a b
  3. ^ http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/293354/how-american-samoa-caucus-works-brian-bolduc

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