Dr. Sampat Shivangi Elected as Delegate to Republican National Convention

Sampat Shivangi
Preeti Bali / 10:17 am / July 2, 2024

Eminent Indian-American doctor, Dr. Sampat Shivangi, has been picked as an authority agent to the Conservative Public Show in Milwaukee this month. The show is set to choose previous US president Donald Trump as the party’s possibility for the impending official political race authoritatively.

Trump Set to be Nominated as Republican Candidate

Donald Trump, 78, is the anticipated nominee for the Republican Party in the forthcoming presidential race. Dr. Shivangi, a prominent leader within the Indian-American community, has been selected as a National Delegate at the convention for the sixth time.

Dr. Shivangi’s Statement on His Election

Dr. Shivangi expressed his excitement and pride in being nominated and elected as an official delegate for the upcoming Republican National Convention in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, scheduled from July 13 to July 19, 2024.

Republican National Convention to Formalize Trump’s Nomination

The four-day event in Milwaukee will see Trump formally nominated as the Republican candidate for the November 5 presidential election. The nomination will be ratified by Republican delegates from across the nation.

A Legacy of Republican Service

A lifelong Republican, Dr. Shivangi is a founding member of both the Republican Indian Council and the Republican Indian National Council. He has been nominated as an RNC delegate for six consecutive terms. He reflected on his history as a National Delegate, dating back to President George W. Bush’s nomination in New York, followed by nominations for then-Senator George McCain, Governor Mitt Romney, and President Donald Trump in 2016 and 2020.He presently expects to help Trump’s re-appointment bid in 2024 in Milwaukee.

Leadership and Advocacy

Dr. Shivangi serves as the national president of the Indian American Forum for Political Education, one of the oldest associations of its kind. Over the past 30 years, he has advocated for numerous bills in the US Congress, leveraging his extensive network of contacts with US Senators and Congress members.

Representing the Indian-American Community

Dr. Shivangi emphasized the unique honor and opportunity of representing the Indian-American community at the national level. He also mentioned his participation in a luncheon hosted by Governor Tate Reeves of Mississippi, honoring the delegates on July 16 at Northern Lights in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.


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