Some great news out of Michigan.
Jason Roe, the executive director of the state GOP, has resigned from the Michigan Republican Party amid the push for an audit.
Roe blamed Trump for the loss in the state despite widespread irregularities.
A Michigan Republican Party leader who faced grassroots pushback after saying the 2020 presidential election wasn’t stolen and blaming ex-President Donald Trump for the loss has resigned his position with the state party.
Jason Roe confirmed Wednesday he had stepped down as executive director of the state GOP, but declined to provide a specific reason for the decision.
Roe’s departure comes at a time when Michigan Republican lawmakers and party officials have faced growing pressure from pro-Trump activists to take additional steps to investigate the results of the Nov. 3 presidential election.
Nor are Michigan Republicans alone: State and local officials are increasingly leaving aside community issues to reflect Trump’s hold of the national GOP, compounding the party’s consolidation behind an uncompromisingly right-wing, grievance-oriented politics.
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