The Republican National Committee (RNC) wrapped up its three-day winter meeting in Charlotte, North Carolina.
The 168 RNC members will talk about how to regain control of the White House and Senate and emphasize conservative values in governance. They also elected their four top leaders Friday. Chairman Reince Priebus was re-elected without opposition.
Potential 2016 presidential hopeful Gov. Bobby Jindal (R-LA) was the featured speaker at a Thursday night dinner.
This meeting also holds debates over rules changes along with training and business sessions. According to the RNC website, the theme this winter is to "renew, grow and win, and the strategy sessions will focus on the tools needed to appeal to a wider range of voters and ultimately win more elections."