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The State

February 23, 1987

Former Assembly Republican leader and defeated U.S. Senate candidate Robert W. Naylor was elected chairman of the California Republican Party at the end of a two-day state party convention in Sacramento. Naylor, of Menlo Park, defeated long-time party activist Bill Park, a Bakersfield businessman and landfill operator. Naylor was backed by many elected GOP officials, including U.S. Sen. Pete Wilson, to chair the party and oversee its estimated $10-million budget through Wilson's expected 1988 reelection campaign.

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