Tuesday, June 20, 2000

Kentucky GOP selects leadership




By Patrick Crowley
The Cincinnati Enquirer

        FORT MITCHELL — Former Northern Kentucky resident Damon Thayer was unanimously re-elected Saturday as vice chairman of the Kentucky Republican Party.

        Also re-elected during the party's state convention was chairwoman Ellen Williams of Lawrenceburg, Ky.

        Each will serve a four-year term.

        Three Northern Kentucky residents were selected for positions on the Kentucky Republican Executive Committee. They are:

        ăJay Hall of Boone County, the former 4th District GOP chairman.

        ăDebbie McKinney of Taylor Mill, a longtime aide to U.S. Sen. Jim Bunning and a member of the staff in his Fort Wright field office.

        ăRick Robinson of Fort Mitchell, a former aide to Mr. Bunning and a longtime county and state GOP official known in Republican Party circles as a top strategist and fund-raiser.

        Mr. Thayer and Mr. Carey were named as at-large alternate delegates to the party's national convention.

       



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