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Schuberth '06 Elected Vice Chair of the Maine Republican Party

Story posted November 22, 2005

Bowdoin College senior Daniel Schuberth has been elected vice chairman of the Maine Republican Party. Schuberth, 21, a three-term state chairman of the Maine College Republicans and College Republican National Secretary, is the youngest state Republican Party officer in the United States.

The Maine Republican State Committee met on Saturday, November 19, to elect a new vice chairman in addition to conducting other business. The seat was previously held by Mark Ellis, who assumed the party chairmanship last month upon the selection of former Chairman Randy Bumps as the Republican National Committee’s Regional Political Director for the Northeast.

"I am humbled by the confidence placed in me by the Maine Republican State Committee," said Schuberth. "I am excited to have the opportunity to use the experience I gained as a state and national leader in the College Republicans to help elect Republican candidates here in Maine."

The Maine College Republicans are the flagship chapter of the College Republican National Committee, America’s oldest Republican youth organization. Over 3,000 students on 24 of Maine’s college campuses claim membership to the organization.

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