PA GOP May Get New Chairman
Republicans in Pennsylvania had a good night on November 8th.
That doesn’t mean, however, that all is well and calm within the party.
According to John Micek of the Patriot-News, Chester County GOP Chair Val DiGiorgio is planning to run for Chair of the state party.
Additionally, incumbent head Rob Gleason may choose to step down in favor of General Counsel Lawrence Tabas.
One intriguing aspect of his candidacy is that Chester County is one of the few areas where Republicans are losing ground in Pennsylvania. Democrats posted voter registration gains there in 2016 and Clinton even won the county, which is just the second time Chester’s gone blue since 1964.
The election for the position will take place at the party’s annual winter meeting in Hershey on Feb. 4th.