RELEASE: Patrick Webb Appointed Executive Director

Helena, MONT. – Chairman Debra Lamm announced today the appointment of Patrick Webb to be the Executive Director of the Montana Republican Party.

Patrick’s commitment to the Party, our candidates, and the grassroots provides me with the utmost confidence that he will work tirelessly in this position,” said Chairman Debra Lamm. “His extensive work with the grassroots and our local central committees to increase engagement, mobilize support, and recruit volunteers is exactly the right experience we need to win next year.

I stand ready to serve, listen, and work with the grassroots to build an even stronger Montana Republican Party,” said Patrick Webb. “Together we will build a cohesive organization that will deliver Republican victories at all levels and continue advancing liberty in Montana.”

Republicans hold 5 out of the 7 elected statewide and federal offices in Montana. In 2017, Republicans maintained control of the U.S. House seat with the election of Greg Gianforte. In 2016, Republicans captured four of the five Land Board seats for the first time since 1928. In 2014, Steve Daines won the Senate race marking the first time a Republican held this seat in over 100 years.

Patrick most recently served as the Southwestern Montana Field Representative and Intern Coordinator for U.S. Senator Steve Daines. Patrick also served as Chief of Staff for then state-Senate Majority Leader Matt Rosendale in 2015. He worked as a Regional Field Director for the Gianforte, Zinke, and Daines campaigns, where he was primarily focused on voter outreach, field staff management, and coalition building. Patrick was the former Chairman of the Montana Young Republicans and currently serves on the leadership team for the Lewis and Clark County Republican Central Committee.

Patrick received his Associates degree from Gillette College in Gillette, WY and studied Political Science at Montana State University.

Patrick will start as the Executive Director of the Montana Republican Party on August 2, 2017.

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