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Pitkin Republicans announce leadership change

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The Pitkin County Republicans announced changes within its organization Tuesday. Frieda Wallison has resigned from her position as chair of the Pitkin County Republican Central Committee, the governing body of the Pitkin County Republicans.

“We will forever be in Frieda’s debt for the countless hours and enthusiastic service she gave to Pitkin County voters and Colorado at large,” according to a letter from Bob Jenkins announcing the change.

Jenkins will serve as the new chair, with Shelly Hamill serving as first vice chair and Jill Teehan-Edinger as vice chair along with the other dedicated central committee members.


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