Following significant losses in the recent midterm elections, the Chester County GOP is looking for a successor to its current leader, Val DiGiorgio, write Chris Brennan, Holly Otterbein, and Claudia Vargas for the Philadelphia Inquirer.
DiGiorgio, who also leads Pennsylvania’s Republican Party, said he has been hoping to find a successor, one who can focus on the job full time, for a long time.
“It’s overdue,” he said. “I would have liked to do it sooner.”
Among the names being considered as possible choices to lead the county’s Republican Party are Rick Loughery, the Chester County Recorder of Deeds, Steven Sansone, local Republican Party Executive Vice Chair, and Joe Toner, Uwchlan Township Industrial Development Authority President.
Read more about the Chester County GOP in the Philadelphia Inquirer here.