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A. J. Spiker, Iowa GOP chairman steps down, heads to RandPac

(CNN) – In a move that is generating even more 2016 presidential buzz, the chairman of Iowa’s Republican Party is leaving his position to work for Rand PAC, a group that supports Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky.

A.J. Spiker, who’s been chairman since February 2012, sent a letter to Iowa GOP committee members Friday, saying that he was stepping down and that elections for a new chairman would take place on March 29, according to a statement released Saturday by the state party.


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Michael Nystrom's picture

The gravy train is leaving the station

Debbie's picture

Things are starting to get interesting again!

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arent these chairman positions used to rig the voting?