Republican Party of American Samoa


Republican Party of American Samoa

Republican Party of American Samoa is the affiliate of the U.S. Republican Party in American Samoa. The party was founded by Peter Tali Coleman. [ [http://americansamoa.gov/governors/coleman.htm Coleman ] ] The current party chair Su'a Carl Schuster, holding the position since February 23, 2008, Te'o J. Fuavai and Amata C. Radewagen are Republican National Committee members of the party. [ [http://as.gop.com Republican • National • Committee ] ] Aumua C Radewagen was the Republican candidate in the 2004 congressional election. [ [http://www.rnzi.com/pages/news.php?op=read&id=8360 US Republican party put forward candidate for American Samoa congress race ] ]

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