The Vice-Chair of the Republican Conference in the United States House of Representatives is a leadership position that is next in rank after the House Republican Conference Chairman. Like the chair, the vice-chair is elected by a vote of all Republican House members before each Congress. Among other duties, the vice-chair has a seat on both the Steering and Policy Committees.
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- Robert Stafford (1971)
- Samuel L. Devine of Ohio (1971–1979)
- Jack Edwards of Alabama (1979–1985)
- Lynn Morley Martin of Illinois (1985–1989)
- Bill McCollum of Florida (1989–1995)
- Susan Molinari of New York (1995–1997)
- Jennifer Dunn of Washington (1997–1999)
- Tillie Fowler of Florida (1999–2001)
- Deborah Pryce of Ohio (2001–2003)
- Jack Kingston of Georgia (2003–2007)
- Kay Granger of Texas (2007–2009)
- Cathy McMorris Rodgers of Washington (2009–2013)
- Lynn Jenkins of Kansas (2013–2017)
- Doug Collins of Georgia (2017–2019)
- Mark Walker of North Carolina (2019-present)
- Republican Conference of the United States House of Representatives
- Republican Conference Vice-Chair of the United States Senate
- "House Leadership Structure: Overview of Party Organization" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on November 29, 2006.