LANSING, Mich. (Michigan News Source) – Another familiar name is throwing his hat in the ring for Michigan GOP Chair.

Garrett Soldano, former 2022 gubernatorial candidate, announced he will run alongside Matt DePerno as co-chair of the party.

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DePerno, who received an endorsement from former President Donald Trump, lost to Attorney General Dana Nessel on November 8.

Soldano and DePerno are just two familiar names who have considered a run to oust current party leadership. Ron Weiser announced he will not seek reelection and Meshawn Maddock is still the current co-chair who appears to want to hang on to her spot.

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Tudor Dixon, who lost to Gov. Gretchen Whitmer in the November 8 election, said she’s considering a run. She blasted Michigan GOP leadership and said they sabotaged her run for the state’s top job.

Ex-Detroit police chief and former gubernatorial hopeful James Craig has pulled his name from consideration.

Michigan’s GOP appears to need some solidarity as it moves forward. Former House speaker Tom Leonard, who vied for attorney general as well, said this week that DePerno would not unify Republicans.