Carrie (Brown) Tucker served as one of the Deputy Political Directors for the Republican National Committee during the 2020 election cycle where she oversaw all paid voter contact, led the committees’ paid political efforts to go 7 for 7 in special elections, and helped build one of the largest field operations in RNC history. Carrie served as the first female RNC National Field Director for the 2018 election cycle where Republicans grew their majority in the Senate, and she was a part of the Florida recount for now-Senator Rick Scott. She was the RNC State Director in North Carolina during the successful 2016 election cycle re-electing U.S. Senator Richard Burr and winning the state for President Donald J. Trump. Prior to 2016, she was the RNC’s Deputy State Director in North Carolina that saw now-Senator Thom Tillis defeat incumbent Senator Kay Hagan. Carrie has worked on targeted congressional and statewide races all over the country and provided strategic consulting services to campaigns of all levels.
She is a Pennsylvania native at heart but lives in Raleigh, North Carolina with her husband, John, and son, Henry.