The Hill reports:
Former White House chief of staff Reince Priebus is considering a run for governor of Wisconsin in 2022. A source familiar with Priebus’s thinking confirmed to The Hill on Friday that Priebus had begun conversations with top Wisconsin Republicans about the prospects of challenging Gov. Tony Evers (D) next year.
Priebus got his start in GOP politics as the chairman of a congressional district organization. He later became chairman of the Wisconsin state Republican Party, then won election as chairman of the Republican National Committee. After Donald Trump won the presidency, Priebus became his first White House chief of staff.
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