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GOP Leaders Tap Weld, Ask Pirro to Drop Senate Bid

Republican Party leaders voted to recommend that former Massachusetts Governor William Weld be the party's candidate for governor in New York next year. The majority of the chairs also believe that U.S. Senate candidate Jeanine Pirro, who has run a troubled campaign, should quit her quest against Hillary Clinton, and run for Attorney General instead. Karen DeWitt reports.  Go to full article
Stephen J. Minarik, III,<br />NY GOP Chair
Stephen J. Minarik, III,
NY GOP Chair

New State GOP Chair Faces Tough Challenges

The newly elected head of the state's Republican Party is expressing confidence in his abilities to lead the party in what may be troubled times in the future. Karen DeWitt reports.  Go to full article

NY Republicans Elect New Leader

New York Republicans have selected Rochester-area G-O-P leader Stephen Minarik to head the party's state organization. At a meeting in Albany yesterday, they picked the Monroe County Republican chairman to rally the party in the aftermath of several major Election Day setbacks. Minarik succeeds Sandy Treadwell, of Essex county, who has been given a national G-O-P committeeman's seat. The move at the top comes amid grumblings from high-profile Republicans who say their party has lost direction and needs to get back on course. Minarik told Michael Caputo, of WXXI-TV in Rochester, that his goal is to unite the New York Republicans after the 2004 election.  Go to full article

NY Republicans Meet to Appoint New Leader

A meeting of the top officials in the state's Republican Party is scheduled for later today. The party's current chair, Sandy Treadwell, is expected to resign, and it's likely that his successor will be the current Chair of the Monroe County Republican Party, Steve Minarik. Karen DeWitt reports.  Go to full article

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