How Not to Run the GOPWant to see how a Republican executive committee should not behave? Check out what happened two States away:
Apparently, Ohio Central Committee bylaws must allow that body to endorse candidates in primaries as a matter of regular practice. Whether the rules allow for this or not, it is a thoroughly shameful practice because it undermines the GOP's ability to command the loyalty of its voter base. Perhaps even more disgusting is that in this particular case, the move by the committee to encourage one candidate to drop his campaign for one office and instead run for another benefited the cousin of the State party Chairman (see DeWine family corruption).