The Republican Party of New Hampshire voted Saturday to stay the course, with both Chairman Stephen Stepanek and Vice Chairman Pamela Tucker elected to serve a two-year term.

Both party leaders had faced challenges, but were declared winners after several days of secret voting, WMUR-TV from Manchester reported.

Both leaders were congratulated by the government, after their victory was announced by Joseph Sweeney, the executive director of the state party. Chris Sununu, who supported him, the station reported.

Sununu said in a statement, “Congratulations to Steve Stepanek and Pam Tucker on their resounding, landslide victory and being elected vice president of NHGOP.” “His efforts in 2020 helped achieve a major victory, and I look forward to two more years with his leadership so that we can keep our State House Majority and take back the U.S. Senate and House.”

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69-year-old Stepanek has been a supporter of former President Donald Trump. He Defeated radio host Keith Hanson in a vote of 297–99, Sweeney said after defeating Hanson two years earlier.

Stepanek is also a former member of New Hampshire House.

According to WMAR, “We are moving now,” Stepanek said. “We are a united party and we now have the mandate to continue to build on the successes we have in 2020 and to improve those successes in 2022.”

He Said state party goals include victories in the US House and US Senate races in 2022.

The 57-year-old Tucker defeated rival Dan Hines 323–80. WMUR reported that Tucker is a longtime party worker and organizer.