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Beth Clayton, national committeewoman with the Young Democrats of Alabama, said a potential Ivey-Cobb showdown could be impactful in Alabama.
As a result of the Republican National Committee's support of Moore, the RNC's Nebraska committeewoman Joyce Simmons stepped down on Monday.
One of the party’s factions assembled enough support for Wednesday’s special meeting of committeemen and committeewomen from across the county, with the objective of removing county Republican Chairman Bob Sutton.
Harmeet Dhillon, an attorney who serves as the Republican national committeewoman from California, argued Saturday that Robart’s ruling was flawed.
The Kansas disciplinary panel launched the investigation last week after receiving a complaint by Washburn University student Keri Strahler, who also is a Democratic committeewoman.
Lohnes, 46, has pleaded not guilty to murder charges filed in the 2016 strangulation deaths of Calumet Township precinct committeewoman Velia Taneff, 86, and her daughter, Lana Taneff, 63.
Rosie Tripp, the Republican committeewoman from New Mexico, wrote to other members of the committee.
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