Director leaves the Republican Party of Virginia
Days after state Republicans elected Jeffrey M. Frederick as chairman, Charlie Judd, executive director of the Republican Party of Virginia, resigned.
"I believe the chairman should be free to choose his own team...to that end I have given my resignation,'' Judd wrote in an email. "I personally committed to him that I will make sure the transition is smooth, orderly and not disruptive in any way...and have encouraged the staff to do the same...which I know they will."
Frederick, a conservative state delegate from Prince William, was elected chairman of the Saturday at the state convention, defeating incument John H. Hager, the former lieutenant governor who had held the position for a year.
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