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Florida GOP Elects New Party Chairman

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The Florida Republican Party voted to elect Evan Power as the new chairman after removing Christian Ziegler due to a police investigation into a rape allegation.

Power aims to rebuild trust and highlighted the party’s successes under Governor Ron DeSantis.

Ziegler’s removal followed an emergency vote, and police are investigating potential video voyeurism. (Trending: Trump Defies Court And Delivers Closing Argument At Civil Fraud Trial)

Power said, “We have to build that trust back long-term.”

“I think we have to do is go to our larger donors right now to ask for their help and assistance. And we can build that trust back because we can prove we are bigger than one person. We moved on as fast and as efficiently as we could. And now we are here in a new chapter and [with] a new chairman,” he continued.

“Congratulations to our new Chairman, @EvanPower,” wrote the Florida GOP.

“Under his strong leadership, we will Keep Florida RED, deliver Florida’s 30 electoral votes to the GOP presidential candidate, and elect Republicans up and down the ballot. Let’s get to work!” they continued.

Ziegler and his wife admitted to a previous consensual relationship with the accuser.

The alleged incident occurred on October 2, 2023.

Attorney Bryant Camareno said, “I think number one, it may show that there was consent to have sex.”

“Number two, it may show that she knew that she was being recorded, but number three, if he sent it to her with the intent of harassment then that may be another crime which is cyberstalking,” he continued.

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