Romanian Americans are Americans who have Romanian ancestry. According to the 2019 American Community Survey, 1.2 million Americans indicated Romanian as their first or second ancestry. Other sources provide higher estimates for the numbers of Romanian Americans in the contemporary US; for example, the Romanian-American Network supplies a rough estimate of 3 million who are fully or partially of Romanian ethnicity.

The first Romanian known to have been to what is now the United States was Samuel Damian ,a former priest.Samuel Damian's name appears as far back as 1748, when he placed an advertisement in the South Carolina Gazette announcing the electrical demonstrations he planned to give and inviting the public to attend. Letters written in 1753 and 1755 by Benjamin Franklin attest to the fact that the two had met and had carried on discussions concerning electricity.

The top 5 states with the largest estimated Romanian American populations are: New York, California, Florida, Michigan and Pennsylvania

The Mission of Romanian.GOP is to raise the awareness in Romanian Communities about the importance of participating in the political process, which has a great impact on everyone's life, for future generations, and for the fate of this great nation. Moreover, we introduce, explain, and promulgate the Republican values and principles that are similar to those of Romanians (merit, hard work, self-responsibility, family values, etc).

Together, help each other to participate in local/national politics and public services, such as to vote, join town-hall and local meetings, and get our voices heard; to contribute time, energy, and funds in the political process.

Facilitate the relationship between our local groups and Republican local chapters and clubs, catalysing our involvement in mainstream politics.

Discover talents at different stages of our lives; train and promote the perspectives so that we can engender political representatives or public servants; facilitate the proper representation of our community in the government and party structure, as well as on boards of public enterprises.

Work with different sections and organizations of our communities for our common causes, including business communities, cultural associations, educational institutions, ethnic media, etc.

Harness technology in order to energize the grassroots movement; enable the connections bridging the geographical hurdle and cultural differences of organizations; make the financial operation efficient and transparent; and unleash the power of big data to revolutionize the way communities are engaged for effective results, accountability, and improvements

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