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Monday, March 13, 2017

Campbell County Republicans Shuffle Their Leadership

The Campbell County Republican Party met on Saturday, March 11, 2017 to reorganize the party leadership. 

The Campbell County Republican Party met on Saturday, March 11 at Northern Kentucky University to select their next leadership executive board.

There has been a rift growing between two different groups within the party.

RELATED: Campbell County Republicans To Change Leadership Amid Party Turmoil 

The meeting began shortly after 10:00 a.m., when the party elected 106 precinct officers, who then in turn, voted for the five executive committee members. When 4th District Chairman, Troy Sheldon, banged his gavel just after noon, the party had shifted.

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The new leadership that was elected was Sarah Cameron (Chairman - Fort Thomas), John Hengelbrok (Vice Chair - Fort Thomas), Anthony Cadle (Secretary - Dayton), Sandy Shaw (Treasurer - Alexandria) and Kristin Turner (Youth Chair - Alexandria).

The new Campbell County GOP Executive Board: Sandy Shaw, Kristin Turner, Sarah Cameron and Anthony Cadle. Not picture: John Hengelbrok. FTM file. 
Still left to figure out: will the county party be led by those five plus four at-large members? How will those at-large members be tapped? Could a "County Committee" be a viable form of leadership, which would give the 106 precinct officers an equal vote.

Fort Thomas Matters was in attendance and talked with stakeholders and those who ran the meeting.

FTM Radio podcast (above) provides background on the meeting and what led up to it. Interviews start after the meeting was held.

22:07 - JR Roth, Campbell County Tea Party
23:30 - Steve Pendery, Campbell County Judge Executive
25:30 - Troy Sheldon, 4th District GOP Chairman
26:23 - Sarah Cameron, Newly elected Campbell County GOP Chairman

To listen to the FTM Radio archive go here, or simply search "Fort Thomas Matters" wherever you listen to and search for podcasts.

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