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Richland GOP Selects New Leader

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  Original Published: 6/9/2010

The Richland County Republican Party has selected a new leader to head the party.

Barbara Walter, of Elmridge Road in Mansfield, is an organizer of the Mansfield Tea Party Patriots.

Walter unseated Mark Arnold as the party's chairman on Monday during the Republican's organizational meeting. Arnold was seeking a second term.

Walter served on the Mansfield Police Department's review commission. Last year, she led an unsuccessful campaign to recall Democratic Mayor Don Culliver.

The new Republican GOP executive committee includes, vice chairman Marv Krinsky; treasurer Marianne Gasiecki; and secretary Tammy Puff.

Central committee members are chairman Bob Entenmann; vice chairman Doug Versaw and secretary Cynthia Bias. 

 

   
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