The whole sequence is also a testament to Parker's still powerful sway within the state party -- he had enough support to reverse his resignation decision. It's also worth keeping in mind for the rest of the gubernatorial campaign that the chair of the state party is someone who Gregg initially wanted to replace with a closer ally, but later supported during a pivotal point in the process that decided whether he would stay on. Politics -- never a dull day.
Inside the Indiana Democratic Party Leadership Tussle
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