Glenn Clary announced his resignation from the Alaska Republican Party earlier this year, and on May 15, 2021 he became immediate past chairman, as Ann Brown stepped up to lead the party. At this point, there is no vice chair of the Alaska Republican Party, as that person has to be chosen by the State Central Committee, which meets July 10 in Fairbanks.
Although he has no official role, Clary will retain a voting membership. The former immediate past chairman, Tuckerman Babcock, no longer has a vote on the State Central Committee.
Clary and his wife Debbie are moving to Lynchburg, Virginia, where Clary will work as the Vice President of Strategic Partnerships for Liberty University. He will run a group called “Standing for Freedom Center,” where he will build coalitions with pastors, churches, universities, conservative organizations, lawmakers at the state and federal level, and voters to influence political issues.