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What does RNHA stand for?

RNHA stands for Republican National Hispanic Assembly

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Others calling out Patrick for his stand on immigration in the Falkenberg piece included George Antuna, co-founder of the Hispanic Republicans of Texas; Lionel Sosa, a Hispanic Republican active in the party for decades; and Marisa Rummell, the Texas chairwoman for the Republican National Hispanic Assembly.
Also in attendance were: Congressmember Grace Napolitano (CA) and Congressmember Raul Grijalva (AZ), Los Angeles City Attorney Rocky Delgadillo, Service Employees International Union Executive Vice President Eliseo Medina, NALEO Executive Director Arturo Vargas, LCLAA Executive Director Gabriela Lemus, Congressional Hispanic Leadership Institute Executive Director Octavio Hinojosa, NDN Vice President Andres Ramirez, Republican National Hispanic Assembly Chairman Danny Vargas and Voto Latino Executive Director Maria Teresa Petersen, among other distinguished guests.
Members of the Coalition include such influential organizations as the League of United Latin American Citizens, the Republican National Hispanic Assembly, the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, the National Association of Hispanic Publications, the Hispanic National Bar Association, and others.
Senator Ken Salazar and representatives from Voto Latino, National Association Latino Elected and Appointed Officials, Congressional Hispanic Leadership Institute, Republican National Hispanic Assembly, NDN, Labor Council for Latin American Advancement, National Council of La Raza and Southwest Voter Registration Education Project.
The program includes Latino community positions from top national leadership of the Congressional Hispanic Leadership Institute, Labor Council for Latin American Advancement, Southwest Voter Registration Education Project, National Association of Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO), National Council of La Raza, NDN, Republican National Hispanic Assembly and Voto Latino.