1856

1856 Society

“In 1856, the first Young Republican club was formed in an effort to support the newly established Republican Party and the abolitionist movement. As the movement expanded, Young Republicans would go on to help a one-term Congressman, Abraham Lincoln, win the Republican nomination for President. From then on, Young Republicans have helped push the GOP forward, through good times and bad times. Now, more than ever, it is the job of Young Republicans to live up to that legacy and the 1856 Society highlights Young Republican leaders serving as key examples in our cause.”

RICK LOUGHERY

Chairman
Young Republican National Federation

Inaugural Class of 2021

State Rep. Avery Anderson
State Rep. Tory Arnberger Blew
Katie Boyd Britt
State Sen. Julian Bradley
RNC Committeeman Tyler Bowyer
Anton Castaneda
Chair Andrea Catsimatidis
Brian Clowdus
Chris Creighton
State Rep. Torren Ecker
State Rep. Julie Emerson

Youth Chair Adam Haley
State Party Chair Caleb Heimlich
State Rep. Cody Horlacher
Matthew Huckleby
Diante Johnson
Mayor Hunter Larkin
State Rep. Ryan MacKenzie
State Rep. Zachary Mako
State Rep. Ethan Manning
State House Majority Leader Austin McCollum

State Rep. Joe Mitchell
Charles Moran
State Rep. Brandon Newton
Catharine O’Neill
Joe Pinion
RNC Committeeman Max Rymer
Alek Skarlatos
State Sen. Julie Slama
State Rep. Martina White