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Fox News Politics: The Republican Party after Ronna

Former Indiana Republican Gov. Mitch Daniels said Tuesday that life in Washington and the Senate is "just not the job for me." 

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WON AND DONE: Republican National Committee chair Ronna McDaniel won re-election on Friday to steer the GOP through the 2024 general elections. Friday’s vote on the final day of the RNC’s winter meeting brought to an end nearly two months of barbs and accusations amid a major fight for the future of the GOP. McDaniel won the support of 111 committee members who cast ballots in a secret ballot vote for chair, more than the majority of the 168 members needed to secure a fourth two-year term steering the RNC, which is unprecedented in modern times. Read more from Fox News’ Paul Steinhauser: Ronna McDaniel wins re-election to an unprecedented fourth term chairing the Republican National Committee

BUT —  Right after winning re-election, McDaniel announced that she would not seek another term steering the RNC. WATCH:

PERILOUS VICTORY: Harmeet Dhillon has a warning for the Republican National Committee. Dhillon, the RNC committee member from California who was unsuccessful on Friday in her bid to unseat longtime national party chair Ronna McDaniel in a high-profile and combustible election, pointed to her grassroots support and warned “if we go back to our homes and ignore this message, I think it’s at our peril. It’s at our peril personally, as party leaders and it’s at our peril for our party in general.” Read more from Fox News’ Paul Steinhauser and Lee Ross: Harmeet Dhillon says Republicans ignore grassroots base at their ‘peril’

DANIELS OUT: Former Indiana Republican Gov. Mitch Daniels announced Tuesday that he will not run for the Senate in the Hoosier State, putting an end to speculation that he would enter the race amid GOP Sen. Mike Braun’s decision to run for governor. Daniels, who served two terms as Indiana’s governor from 2005 to 2013, said in a statement that life in the Senate, as well as the necessary requirements for the job, would not be a good fit for him. Read more from Fox News’ Kyle Morris and Paul Steinhauser: Former Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels says he won’t run for Senate: ‘It’s just not the job for me’

Former Indiana Republican Gov. Mitch Daniels said Tuesday that life in Washington and the Senate is “just not the job for me.” 
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