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Listen to Rick for RNC Committee Man: "Rick Will Play to Win When You Vote Him In!"

Updated: May 6

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Rick Radatovich for RNC National Committee Man

Rick has worked for three decades in the consumer package goods industry for BIC Consumer Products and has annually managed over a quarter of a billion dollars in sales. He has delivered superior results through strong leadership, leveraging creativity and strong business acumen.

Rick's strengths are his work ethic, ability to relate and build relationships. He has a solid track record of being a strong change agent and leverages data and insights to help drive positive change within organizations. Rick will be able to use his skills of strategic and tactical business planning to help the Republican National Committee and state of Delaware with fresh ideas and strategies.

Rick has been involved with the Delaware Republican party at the grassroots and

Representative District level as Vice RDC of the 38th District, Frankford, and has established an analytical framework for managing voter turnout in his precinct. He has been active in door knocking, lit drops, working phone banks and raising funds for the 38th PAC.

Reason for Running for the National Committeeman role:

As a lifelong Republican I can no longer stand by and watch the managed decline of Delaware and these United States. We (Republicans) are not winning, and we should be. There are more like-minded people in this state and country that identify with our Republican beliefs. We need to do a better job appealing to them. I Play to Win. This is what I did as a college athlete (Football at Indiana University of PA) and a business leader managing teams that were responsible for hundreds of millions of dollars. I want to leave this country the way our founders intended, and that is that We the People are in charge and government officials report to us.

I feel my business experience, my ability to leverage analytics and my leadership skills can be a great asset to the RNC and Delaware. I have a high degree of emotional intelligence, as I am able to relate with people from all walks of life. I lead from the front and build strong alliances with my candor and openness.

Statement: “It would be an honor to serve Delaware as the RNC Committeeman. Blessings

from God, along with my passion for the USA is a driving force for me. I Play to Win and will

help forge a winning mindset at the State and National level. Please vote for me for National

Committeeman and Let’s Win Big in 2024!

Email Senator Hocker and Representative Gray if you want them to support Rick for RNC National Committeeman.

The vote for RNC National Committee Man and Woman will take place Friday, May 17th, at the DE GOP Convention Dinner. Only Delaware Republican State Committee Members may vote, all registered Republicans welcome to attend. More information here.


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Upcoming 2023 Meetings

May 1, Town Hall on Offshore Wind, Indian River HS, 6-8pm

Indian River School Board Election, May 14th, Millville Community Center and IRHS

State Republican Party Convention, May 18th

38th Club Meeting, Tuesday, May 28th, Fenwick Crab House, 6:30pm

June 1, Trump Boat Parade

State Primary Election, September 10, 2024

General Election, November 5, 2024

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