Exclusive Interview: CRP’s Harmeet Dhillon Talks New Job As Vice Chair, 2014 Midterms

California Republican Party

Harmeet Dhillon

The thought of being a Republican voter, much less a Republican leader, in blue California may be unappealing to some. The state is completely run by Democrats, Republican voter registration is weak, and voters recently approved a huge tax increase that would make even a moderate conservative shudder.

But don’t expect that attitude from Harmeet Dhillon, the California Republican Party’s new Vice Chair. The California Briefing had a chance to talk with Dhillon about the party and her plans to kick it into high-gear. Her election has brought a fascinating new perspective to the ranks of California’s political leaders at a time when the Republican Party is actively seeking new ways to diversify and grow. Dhillon serves as the head of the San Francisco Republican Party – no easy job. She is a first-generation Indian-American, a graduate of Dartmouth Law, and a strong fiscal conservative with a pool of diverse experiences to draw from in leading the GOP forward.

Harmeet Dhillon is a nationally recognized lawyer, trusted boardroom advisor, and passionate advocate for individual, corporate and institutional clients across numerous industries and walks of life. Her focus is in commercial litigation, employment law, First Amendment rights, and election law matters.
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