Kansas GOP chairman to seek another 2-year term
Topeka The Kansas Republican Party's chairman is seeking a second two-year term after the GOP swept all statewide and congressional races in the November election.
State GOP Chairman Kelly Arnold announced his plans in a recent letter to fellow Republicans.
The decision on retaining Arnold as chairman will be made by the Republican State Committee during a Jan. 31 meeting in Topeka that is part of the GOP's annual Kansas Days convention.
Arnold says he's running for re-election because the party needs to maintain the momentum it captured this year. He says the state GOP raised and spent $3.6 million during the last election cycle.
Arnold is from Wichita and also has served six years as Sedgwick County clerk.