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Isle GOP meets over financial issues

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Leaders of the state Republican Party have called a special state committee meeting to discuss financial matters, its headquarters and approval of an audit committee.

The closed-door meeting is set for Saturday.

Party Chairman Jonah Kaauwai called the meeting after a regularly scheduled gathering in December failed to reach a quorum and some state committee members circulated a petition demanding a makeup session.

The petition, which Kaauwai contends failed to attract enough signatures, also sought either monthly state committee meetings or the resignation of the party’s current officers in lieu of an interim manager.

Saturday’s meeting also will include discussion of Executive Director Dylan Nonaka’s salary.


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