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Democratic Party of Wisconsin Congratulates Jason Rae on Becoming DNC Secretary

The Secretary is the Party’s official record-keeper and keeper of the Party's relationships with members.

By - Feb 27th, 2017 11:42 am
Jason Rae. Photo by Michael Horne.

Jason Rae. Photo by Michael Horne.

MADISON – During this weekend’s Democratic National Committee (DNC) Winter Meeting, DNC members from across the country elected Jason Rae of Wisconsin to serve as DNC Secretary.

The Secretary is the Party’s official record-keeper and keeper of the Party’s relationships with members. As such, the Secretary maintains all official records, coordinates correspondence, and communicates with the National Committee members regarding business to be considered at the meetings. The Secretary’s office also works with the National Archives to preserve the Party’s records and official documents.

The Secretary also has an official role with the National Convention, publishing the Official Convention Proceedings often also serving as the Secretary of the National Convention.

The following is the statement of the Democratic Party of Wisconsin Chair Martha Laning with regards to Jason Rae becoming the newest Secretary of the Democratic National Committee:

“Congratulations to Jason Rae for being elected as the DNC’s newest Secretary. His many years as a member of the DNC and his commitment to the Party make him a great fit for the role. I look forward to hearing regular updates from him on how the party is working to win elections and represent working families all over the country.”

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