and then some.
Adam Puharic told the Asbury Park Press he was not seeking another term as MCGOP chairman because he needed to focus on making money in his new career as an insurance salesman.
"It's a reminder of a powerful lesson you learn in politics, that if you go to war you have to have enough money to reload," Puharic said.
Far from having enough money to reload, Puharic leaves the MCGOP a debt of $30,000 and is seeking to be reimbursed for another $6,000 he says he charged to his personal credit cards on behalf of the party.
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