There is only one Kings County Republican Chairman at a time -- right now that Chairman is Craig Eaton
Eaton's job is to do his best to reunify the Brooklyn GOP in advance of the 2014 elections --- everybody who persists in interfering needs to be outed and then booted
Needless to say achieving party unity would necessitate disposing of all the distractions that are hanging over from the aborted coup engineered by the faction that liked to refer to itself as the "Republicans for Change"; although "Republicans 100% for the State Senate Coalition" would have been a more accurate appellation for that group. In particular, that means getting rid of the ill-conceived and even more poorly executed lawsuit that only serves to give vain hope to the hopeless dead-enders.
Once that has been dealt with, Eaton needs to tamp down any budding insurgencies within his ruling caucus, applying the simple hard logic that everybody who benefitted from the alliance that put Eaton back in charge needs to follow his lead and stand fully behind his attempts to re-unify the party. It doesn't matter whether the rambunctious ones are primarily interested in running against this or that incumbent, or are currently not satisfied with each and every modifier to the title of their party position.
There is one and only one relevant negotiation in the offing. The war with State Senator Golden has to end with terms clearly indicative that Eaton and his supporters won. That must include, but not be limited to the following items: the immediate resignation of Commissioner Simon Shamoun from his post at the BOE for reasons that are obvious; and the complete shakeup of State Senator Golden's staff to reflect the primacy of the Kings County Republican Party as the engine that elects Brooklyn's only Republican official.
Once that is accomplished, unity behind our 2014 Republican candidates will not only be possible, it will be a reality.
Now, Craig let's start with that list...