Forum News Service, Published May 21 2013
North Dakota GOP chairman stepping downBISMARCK - The chairman of the North Dakota Republican Party is stepping down.
In an email to party officials Monday, Stan Stein, 62, announced that he would not seek another term as chairman.
“Our party is in a solid financial position, we have an excellent staff and committed District Chairs, and North Dakota is an economic success story to be shared across the nation,” Stein said in his email.
Stein served for 2½ years. He was first elected chair in December 2010 to fill the remainder of Tony Clark’s term, and was re-elected to a full term in June 2011.
Stein’s last job will be to preside over the party’s June meeting, when a new chairman will be elected.