Bloomington, Minn. March 12, 2020 – Small business owner, media personality, and Republican activist Max Rymer announced his campaign for Minnesota’s RNC Committeeman. The announcement comes on the heels of Rick Rice’s recent letter that he would not seek re-election for the position. Max and his campaign team are incredibly thankful for Rick’s years of service.
Rymer, who has been active in Minnesota politics since 2010 while interning for then-Representative Pam Myhra, ran for state house in 2016. He has been active in state and local politics, door knocking, pounding signs, and running digital marketing campaigns for several prominent races in Minnesota and beyond.
Said Max, “2020 marks a historic moment for Minnesota Republicans. The Trump campaign and the Republican National Committee (RNC) are investing an unprecedented amount of time, money, and energy into the state. They believe we can win. I do too. I want to help make sure Minnesota isn’t just a priority this year – but every year, for generations to come.
The Committeeman plays a pivotal role in this – building coalitions statewide and with leadership in Washington, DC. As a small business owner, making critical connections is what I do every day. I will do the same when it comes to party fundraising and making Minnesota a reliably Republican state.
I will work tirelessly to support our candidates, advance our cause, and advocate for the state I love. My wife and I aren’t going anywhere. I’m ready to play my part, utilize my personal strengths, and help the party become a force in this state.”
Max Rymer attended the University of Northwestern – St. Paul, a small Christian College in Roseville, Minnesota. Max and his wife Elizabeth live in Bloomington with their two boys, Harvey and Tommy. Max has been in digital marketing for 10 years and is the President of Nativ3 Digital Marketing based in Minneapolis. You can often hear Max on the radio, filling in on KTLK 1130AM/Twin Cities News Talk. He hosts the Republican Roundtable on cable access television. He is on the board of the CD3 Republicans, SD50 Republicans, and the Republican Liberty Caucus. He is also a member of Minnesota Young Republicans.
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