Corrin Rankin was elected to the position of Central Valley Regional Vice Chair for the California Republican Party in 2021. She is responsible for overseeing eleven counties in California, including Sacramento, San Joaquin, Stanislaus, Merced, Mariposa, Madera, Tuolumne, Fresno, Kings, Tulare, and Kern. Additionally, she chairs the newly formed Engagement Committee within the California Republican Party, managing seven sub-committees aimed at expanding the party and connecting with diverse communities.
Corrin is a seasoned conservative activist, a respected thought leader, and a frequent media commentator. She is also the founder of the Legacy Republican Alliance, an organization dedicated to developing Black conservative leadership and empowering the Black community to have a greater impact on government and politics. Rankin lives in Stockton with her family and enjoys boating, reading, writing, and volunteering on local grassroots campaigns. Her political experience includes consulting on successful campaigns for local office, serving as California’s statewide director for African Americans for Trump, and acting as an ethnic media surrogate for both the 2016 and 2020 Trump campaigns.
Corrin served as an Advisory Board Member to the Black Voices for Trump Coalition, where she also participated in the acclaimed Women for Trump bus tour that campaigned throughout the state of Nevada. At a Trump campaign rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Rankin was recognized as one of the campaign’s top surrogates for national media. Thanks to the collective efforts of the Trump campaign’s targeted Midwest outreach, Republican minority voter registration increased by 20 percent. In addition to her political experience, Corrin has professional experience as a marketing consultant to corporate entities and serving as chairwoman of the California Bail Agents Association.