Possible Candidates Emerge as Massachusetts GOP Chair Leaves Post

Now that the Chair of the Massachusetts Republican Party has announced she is stepping down from her position, potential leaders are emerging.

Kirsten Hughes, a Quincy city councilor, announced in an email Nov. 16 she would not be seeking a fourth term this January.

Since her announcement, it remains to be seen which direction the party will go.

Will Committee members choose an established, more moderate leader for the party—from what some call the Charlie Baker wing? Or will it choose a more conservative, Trump supporting chair?

Read the rest of this article along with a video and cameo appearance by WRTC member and State Committeeman Dennis Galvin HERE.

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