Member Profile - Christina Norton

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Regular Member




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PO Box 18965, Washington, DC 20036, United States



Christina Norton is the Deputy Director of the Republican National Lawyers Association.

For over a decade, she has led the development of political and public policy strategies from state and federal government to presidential campaigns and national conservative committees.

Recognized as a leading authority on election integrity operations, her current role focuses on restoring faith and confidence in American elections. Christina directs the legal training and deployment of Republican lawyers across the country to defend transparent and secure elections and ensure that the law is being followed.

Furthermore, she oversees the RNLA’s mission of advocating for sound election law reform by identifying problems in states’ electoral procedures, offering solutions to correct those vulnerabilities, and managing the collaboration of conservative organizations which engage and message on voting issues. Her work also involves influencing support for the appointment of conservative justices.

A Florida native, Christina previously served in prominent positions at the National Republican Senatorial Committee; Rick Scott for Governor; Jeb Bush for President Campaign; the Republican Party of Florida; Vern Buchanan for Congress; the U.S. House of Representatives; the Florida State Senate; GOPAC; the Leadership Institute; and the National Federation of Republican Women.

Christina’s involvement in the conservative movement began as a Political Science Major at the University of Central Florida where she won her own election as Chairman of the College Republicans. From there she interned in the Florida State Senate, followed by several years working in the U.S. Congress responsible as the policy advisor on education, agriculture, environment, energy, economic issues, and government regulatory reform.

Her expertise in advancing conservative principles grew from legislative advocacy on Capitol Hill to strategic voter engagement on campaigns and building grassroots coalitions of support. Christina also spent time at the Leadership Institute traveling the country to train candidates and campaign staff on all aspects of political education including fundraising, communications, and voter contact operations.

In 2016, Christina became the Director of Political Operations at the NRSC overseeing multi-million-dollar budgets and supervising the progress of mail, media, polling, and voter engagement to ensure 24 federal Senate campaigns achieved their goals. In the 2018 election cycle, she managed the political arm at GOPAC by counseling Republican legislators and caucuses on strategic messaging and grassroots outreach to influence the electorate.

In 2019, Christina joined RNLA to strengthen election integrity and protect the sanctity of the ballot box so Americans may enjoy free, fair, and democratic elections today and for future generations.

Christina currently resides in Alexandria, Virginia and sits on several nonprofit and political boards – including the RightNOW PAC which works to elect young Republican women to federal office.

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