AZGOP Set To Sell Headquarters In Strategic Move Ahead Of General Election

March 28, 2024

By Daniel Stefanski |

The Republican Party of Arizona is moving its shop ahead of the November General Election.

This past weekend, The AZGOP announced that it “had a successful ExComm with a quorum from across the state representing county parties who are energized and ready to win in November.” The party revealed that an “overwhelming” majority of the Executive Committee had made “a strategic decision to select a new office space.”

AZGOP Chair Gina Swoboda released a statement following the vote of the Executive Committee, saying, “First and foremost, we need a location with easier access for volunteers and campaigns. Funds from the sale will be placed in the dedicated building fund account for the next administration.”

She added, “This board is always going to follow the wishes of the body. Strategically relocating the office is another great step in moving the party forward. We are focused on one thing and one thing only: winning.”

The vote, according to the AZGOP press release, was 38-4 in favor of selling the current location. There were four abstentions.

The announcement highlighted that in the spirit of transparency, “all offers [for the sale of the property] and evaluating the locating of the [new] office” will be presented to the Executive Committee “before any action takes place.”

Daniel Scarpinato, Chief of Staff to former Arizona Governor Doug Ducey, praised the move in a post on his “X” account. He wrote, “A great move by Gina Swoboda – this was a horrible location for a party HQ. Impossible to park. No access to the building. Try getting volunteers in there. Another step in the right direction.”

Daniel Stefanski is a reporter for AZ Free News. You can send him news tips using this link.

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