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 Hiday Continues to Lead County GOP

March 11, 2009 - Henry County Republican Central Committee held a caucus for the purpose of electing a new county central committee on Saturday, March 7, at 8 a.m. The caucus was overseen by Todd Hiday, Henry County chairman for the Republican Party.

The caucus was called to order by Hiday and a quorum was determined. Hiday was the only candidate for chairman so a voice vote of acclamation was held to confirm the appointment. Julie Bundy was re-elected as the vice chairman. Todd Willis was elected secretary for the party, and Jim Pindell was re-elected treasurer. The new central committee will serve until the first Saturday in March 2013.

“The national media want people to believe that there is a vacuum of leadership in the Republican Party,” Hiday said. “What they don’t realize is that our leadership comes from the grass roots and that those organizations are strong and thriving. Just look at Henry County where Republicans hold a majority of elected offices.”

 

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