4/22/2016

Matt Micheli Elected to RNC Rules Committee

Congratulations to Matt Micheli, an attorney in Holland & Hart’s Cheyenne office, on his recent election to the Republican National Convention (RNC) Rules Committee. 
 
This committee will draft the rules governing the RNC convention in Cleveland this July, including the process to handle a convention where no candidate arrives with the necessary votes to be nominated.  
 
“We are extremely proud of Matt for his success in his outside leadership position and want to recognize his personal achievements,” said Patrick Day, Cheyenne Administrative Partner. “Matt’s understanding of the statewide political landscape, coupled with his strong commitment to excellence, will be a valuable asset to the rules committee. There is a possibility that this will be the first ‘open’ convention in the Republican party since 1976. The rules committee members may well play a central role in the presidential election.” 
 
Matt is currently chairman of the Wyoming Republican Party and led the Wyoming Republican State Convention held April 16, that elected its final 14 delegates to represent Wyoming at the RNC.
 
Note: The firm does  not endorse any political candidate nor party, but encourages our employees to be active in their communities and pursue leadership roles and opportunities that align with their political interests.
 
Neither Matt nor the firm will be making any comments to the media about his role.

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