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Professor explains GOP’s decision to reopen filing for county council seat

Was the York County Republican Party unhappy with having former councilman Joe Cox running for the seat vacated by Eric Winstead?

York Technical College political science professor Rick Whisonant says perhaps that was the reason the GOP re-opened the filing period, allowing former council chairman Steve McNeely to enter the June 12 primary.

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Whisonant agrees that if the GOP was happy with Cox being elected to the council, they would not have re-opened the filing period after Winstead announced he was not seeking a second term.

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Whisonant appeared on Friday’s edition of Straight Talk on WRHI.


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