Republican Lieutenant Governors Association
The Republican Lieutenant Governors Association (RLGA) is the only national organization committed to raising money and assisting Republicans in their campaigns for lieutenant governor. Across the nation, Republican lieutenant governors serve as a state’s second-in-command and perform critical tasks overseeing small business recruitment, heading economic development, administering fair elections, maintaining homeland security and leading disaster recovery. Republicans currently hold 31 of the 45 lieutenant governor offices nationwide, including 14 of the 20 independently elected positions and 17 of the 25 team-elected/appointed seats.
Tim Griffin | Arkansas Lt. Governor
Tim Griffin grew up in Magnolia, a fifth-generation Arkansan and the youngest son of a minister and teacher. He was elected the lieutenant governor of Arkansas on November 4, 2014, and is currently serving his first four-year term.
Adam Gregg | Iowa Lt. Governor
Adam Gregg serves as Lieutenant Governor of the State of Iowa. He was appointed to the position by Governor Kim Reynolds on May 25, 2017.