The McCarville Report

Pinnell To Leave GOP Chairmanship

Republican Party Chairman Matt Pinnell today announced that he will leave the chairmanship when his term expires in April.

Republicans now hold all statewide elected offices, all congressional seats, and have majorities in both houses of the state legislature–a first in state history.

“I’ve completed three tours of duty with the OKGOP and I’m extremely proud of our results. The next Chairman will inherit a well-oiled machine with solid fundraising totals and a record number of Republican elected officials and voter registrations. I’ve accomplished what I set out to do and look forward to helping a new Chairman in any way I can,” said Pinnell.

“In the immediate future, I am looking forward to spending more time with my growing family while I evaluate a number of opportunities in the public and private sectors.”

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Posted by on Mar 6 2013. Filed under General, Politics. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

2 Comments for “Pinnell To Leave GOP Chairmanship”

  1. Edmond Voter

    Matt has done a great job working with all of the Republicans. We can only hope that the next chair will see that it’s better to work with people instead of dividing the party. His leadership and honesty will be missed.

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