Del. GOP chairman: I’m not stepping down

A statement from Tom Ross, the chairman of the Delaware GOP, who worked quite openly to win the Senate nomination for Mike Castle over Christine O’Donnell:

“The Delaware Republican Party plans on doing what it does every election year – working hard for our candidates. We have reached out to the NRSC, NRCC, and RNC to ensure that our candidates have as much support as possible. The winds of change are blowing hard in Delaware and together we can take our state and country back. I will honor my commitment to our party’s grassroots activists and continue to serve as Chairman of the Republican Party of Delaware.”

It is worth noting that Ross’s preferred House candidate, Michelle Rollins, also lost to a conservative on Tuesday.

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