The Republican Party doesn’t need to change the color of its message but the party does need to expand the colors of people hearing and delivering its message. Growing the party through inclusion is what the Conservative Melting Pot PAC is all about.

Crystal Wright, Chairman of the Board

After creating her blog and writing on the failures of liberalism, the Obama presidency, and the lack of diversity in the GOP, Crystal wanted to do more. When Romney lost the 2012 presidential election, she decided the only way to change things was by supporting different candidates. Crystal came up with the idea of Conservative Melting Pot PAC to support more diverse conservative candidates. Follow Crystal on Twitter @GOPBlackChick

James Link, Board Member

Partner/Owner of a leading federal government relations firm in Washington, DC, Jim has planned, developed and implemented successful lobbying and public relations campaigns on behalf of institutions in retail, healthcare, distilled spirits, manufacturing and other corporate and non-profit sectors. His prior political experience includes working as a staff member for US Representatives Dick Cheney (R-WY) and Bill Dickinson (R-AL) as well as for US Senator Alan Simpson (R-WY).

Monique Morton, Board Member

Monique is a life long resident of Minnesota with over 20 years working in the finance/accounting for Fortune 125 organizations. Monique’s political journey ramped up with the 2008 election of Barack Obama when she recognized the significance and adverse impact of what his policies would do to the American dream. A grassroots conservative activist, she has worked on several state and federal campaigns and managed her own successful 2012 campaign for a local city council seat. Follow Monique on Twitter @Beretta680


Michael Adams, Treasurer

Michael is a partner with the law firm of Dinsmore & Shohl LLP and Counsel/Treasurer to a number of Republican-leaning state and federal political organizations.