Alaska Republican Party Chairman Randy Ruedrich is facing a coup attempt from disgruntled Republicans who say corruption has hobbled the party during his tenure and he needs to go.
Joe Miller, Interior regional chair of the state Republican Party, is calling on Ruedrich to step down.
"If he doesn't, there will be a vote to oust him," said Miller, a Fairbanks attorney. "We believe there's a vast majority of delegates going to the state convention this week that want him to resign."
Republican Gov. Sarah Palin said Saturday she also wants Ruedrich
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