GOP party chair candidates talk about their qualifications, plans
By BARBARA HOBEROCK World Capitol Bureau
OKLAHOMA CITY — At least three people are vying to become the next chairman of the Oklahoma Republican Party.
The post became vacant with the recent resignation of Randy Brogdon, a former state senator from Owasso.
Brogdon was picked in April as party chairman. Controversy surrounded his tenure and he resigned earlier this month.
Brogdon initially set a September meeting to pick his replacement. That date was later changed to Oct. 11 at Oklahoma City Community College.