Palm Beach County’s Republican Party is about to shift control at the top, and some of its members are looking forward to the Dec. 12 changing of the guard.
Chairman Sid Dinerstein announced last month that he would not to seek re-election after a decade of leadership and a disappointing showing for Palm Beach County Republican candidates in the November election. He leaves behind a group that needs direction, according to Marie Hope Davis.
Davis, one of the candidates vying for the top seat, said members of the Republican Executive Committee are experiencing a lot of angst in the wake of the Nov. 6 election.
She hopes to bring the group together.
An active member of Palm Beach County politics for several years, Davis said she has built a reputation among her peers as being tough when it’s required but ultimately a good listener.
Davis is confident in her plan to bring the Republican message to Palm Beach County communities.
Her goal, if elected chairwoman, would involve focusing on outreach and ensuring that members stay committed and prepared for the next election, she said.
Listen to what Davis had to say about running for the position and the future of the party:
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