Report: Trey Gowdy Considering Bid To Replace Chaffetz As House Oversight Chair

Report: Trey Gowdy Considering Bid To Replace Chaffetz As House Oversight Chair
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You’ll have a hard time finding a conservative in the House more popular with his base than Trey Gowdy.

The guy is locked in 100% of the time.

His greatest hits album is too extensive to cover in one article but you get the idea.

House Oversight Chairman Jason Chaffetz is resigning from Congress in June.

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Guess who might be taking his place.

From The Daily Caller:

Republican Rep. Trey Gowdy of South Carolina is reportedly considering a bid for chairman of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform.

Current House Oversight Chairman Jason Chaffetz is expected to leave office before the end of June, according to The Washington Post, leaving his post on the powerful committee open.

In addition to Gowdy, Reps. Dennis Ross of Florida and Steve Russell of Oklahoma have also been floated to fill the role.

Works for me!

Chaffetz has done a solid job but it looks like he is heading to Fox News.

If you could wave a magic wand and pick one person to replace him. It would probably be Trey.

Hopefully, this actually goes down.

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