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The Shelby County Republican Party came under new leadership recently when a local caucus elected a man who has been a Republican for only eight years as their chair.
Steve Miller said after a week and a half as the party's chairman he is enjoying the job and the opportunity to serve Shelby County.
Miller, 58, won the county caucus on March 15 and replaces Charles Bates as head of the party.
He said his major focus as chair will be working to keep good candidates in office and having a good relationship with the local representatives.
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