The RNHA of Illinois appoints new chairman

March 27, 2018 - 1 minute read

For Immediate Release
March 26, 2018
Jesus Solorio,

Chicago, Illinois—The Republican National Hispanic Assembly of Illinois (RNHA of Illinois) has announced newly-appointed Chairman, Jesus Solorio, Jr., who succeeds former Chairwoman, Yvonne Bolton. Solorio released the following statement:

“On behalf of the RNHA of Illinois’ executive board, I would like to thank Yvonne for her years of service promoting conservative values within the Hispanic community and for her dedication and service to the RNHA of Illinois. The RNHA of Illinois wishes Yvonne the best in her endeavors as she continues to work to advance Republican conservative principles and policies throughout the Hispanic community. As the new chairman, I am committed to advancing those policies and drawing Hispanics into the Republican Party through our shared values.”

Solorio was formerly the vice-chair of the RNHA of Illinois and works as Senior Outreach Director for the Illinois Republican Party. He has dedicated himself to his work in the Hispanic community over the last five years, promoting conservative, Republican values and recruiting Hispanics through the RNHA. He resides in Pilsen and is a life-long Chicago resident.