Iowa GOP Chairman Refuses to Step Down Following Committee’s Call for Resignation

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DES MOINES, Iowa — The Republican Party of Iowa could have its fourth chairman in less than three years.

The newly-elected State Central Committee asked current party chair Danny Carroll to resign following Saturday’s state convention.

When Carroll refused, an election to replace him was scheduled for June 28th.

Carroll has only served in the position since March 29th. He followed A.J. Spiker, who resigned to take a position with Rand Paul’s political action committee. Spiker followed Matt Straw as chairman.


  • The Phantom

    This will be interesting as to who they elect. I have already left the party due to the all and powerful family leader (VanderPlatts) and the faithful zombies that follow him. The first time in 40 years I am calling myself an independent

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