Results show that Melody Potter has been re-elected as West Virginia GOP chief

WHEELING, WV (AP) —After a vote on Saturday,  Melody Potter has been re-elected as chairwoman of West Virginia’s Republican Party.

 

The state GOP says in a news release that Potter was elected Saturday by members of the Republican State Executive Committee at their summer meeting in Wheeling.

 

Potter is a South Charleston resident and also known as a small business owner.

 

She was originally elected chairwoman in January. She’s the first woman to lead the state Republican Party.

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