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Troupis: Party needs to unify

Christ Troupis talks with reporters outside the Twin Falls county courthouse on Tuesday (Betsy Russell)
Christ Troupis talks with reporters outside the Twin Falls county courthouse on Tuesday (Betsy Russell)

Christ Troupis, attorney for Barry Peterson in his unsuccessful lawsuit to remain Idaho Republican Party chairman, said Peterson pursued it in order to address concerns from some in the party that party rules weren’t being followed.  “We don’t want to preserve a conflict,” he said, noting that no appeals were contemplated. Troupis, who unsuccessfully challenged GOP Attorney General Lawrence Wasden in the primary this year, said the party needs to unify.




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