Over the weekend, Michigan Republicans chose a new member of the Republican National Committee to take the seat vacated when Terri Lynn Land stepped down to run for Carl Levin's Senate seat.
The new member is someone with quite a Michigan-centric political pedigree.
Ronna Romney McDaniel is Mitt Romney's niece, and the granddaughter of Michigan's 43rd governor, George Romney.
What does her election mean for Michigan's profile on the Republican National Committee?
We're joined by Michigan Public Radio Network Lansing Bureau Chief, Rick Pluta.
Listen to the full interview above.