New Majority

Positive Change

Elected Officials &
Future Political Candidates


While the New Majority focuses on current statewide elections, it is also looking toward the future. The New Majority regularly identifies and prepares candidates for statewide legislative office.

The New Majority also looks to broaden the appeal of the Republican Party by encouraging women and minority candidates to seek office. The New Majority believes that maintaining a philosophy of excellence for the Republican Party and its endeavors will ensure a solid future for our State.

Statewide Ballot Measure impact

The New Majority has played a key role in the qualification and passage of numerous ballot measures. The statewide propositions that have passed with our support include:

Proposition 11

Establishing Assembly, Senate, and Board of Equalization district boundaries (2008)

Proposition 20

Redistricting of Congressional Districts, Initiative Constitutional Amendment (2010)

Proposition 14

The top-two open primary

Proposition 26

Requiring a 2/3rds vote of the legislature to increase fees

Through the years, the New Majority and its Members have contributed and raised more than $40 million for statewide candidates and ballot initiatives.


National Impact

The New Majority’s Federal Political Action Committee (FEDPAC) identifies strategic and targeted races where our dollars can have the biggest impact. We have been proud to have helped elect numerous congressional members and U.S. Senators throughout the country, including Senator Kelly Ayote of New Hampshire and Congressman Mark Amodel of Nevada in a special election.




As part of your New Majority membership benefits, our dues are all inclusive. Your contribution allows you and your significant other to to attend any event as well as any meeting. You and your significant other are also considered a joint membership – and he or she has the same opportunities as you do. Each member is attached to the home chapter of their choice- but can enjoy every opportunity in any of the three chapters.

In addition, we encourage all members to serve on the Committee of their choice. All Committees are voluntary – and members are invited to be as involved as they would like. Committee service is not a requirement of membership – it is just a way to pursue our political and educational issues in a more indepth setting.

Committee Descriptions

  • Board of Directors, Chairman Michael K. Hayde
  • Political Affairs, Chairman Tom Larkin
  • Issues Committee, Chairman Richard Reisman
  • Membership Development Committee, Chairman Tom Tucker
  • Finance Committee, Chairman David Krajanowski

To be considered for Membership, a prospective member must be sponsored by an existing member. For further information, please click here.

We look forward to hearing from you about New Majority!

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