Ron Nehring

2014 Republican nominee for California lieutenant governor, former California Republican Party chairman, campaign spokesman for Ted Cruz’s 2016 campaign

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Former chair of the California Republican Party; National Spokesman and California Chairman for Ted Cruz's 2016 presidential campaign

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Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is a defining moment for the GOP, says Ron Nehring, former head of the California Republican Party.

Could Russia’s invasion of Ukraine be a turning point for Trump’s GOP?

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is a defining moment for the GOP, says Ron Nehring, former head of the California Republican Party.

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