CHEYENNE, Wyo. — The Wyoming Republican Party says it will meet to remove its secretary from office.

Party officials said Thursday the state GOP executive committee met by teleconference Wednesday and voted to suspend Secretary Charles Curley. The committee voted to hold a state central committee meeting to remove Curley from his position.

Party Chairman W. Frank Eathorne says an “alleged altercation” happened Feb. 23 between Curley and party Executive Director Kristi Wallin.

Party officials say the upcoming meeting will be scheduled based on when a majority of central committee members can meet in person. The meeting won’t be open to the public.

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