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Berry resigns as Indiana Auditor to take state's top GOP post

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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Indiana state Auditor Tim Berry has resigned that office to begin fulltime as the new state Republican Party chairman.

The governorís office says Gov. Mike Pence accepted Berryís resignation and will name his replacement on Thursday.

Berry became the state Republican chairman last month after being picked for that position by Pence.

Berry is from Fort Wayne and was first elected state auditor in 2006 after serving eight years as state treasurer. The new auditorís term will run through the end of 2014, with that office up for election next year.

The governorís office says deputy auditor Kirke Willing is serving as the interim state auditor.

Posted 8/14/2013