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They’re outnumbered among their fellow voters in the District of Columbia, so the city’s Republican delegates are relishing the opportunity to rub elbows with like-minded politicos at the convention in St. Paul. We’ll talk with members of the D.C. delegation about their experiences here in the Twin Cities and hear their view of the Republicans’ role in local politics.
- Robert Kabel Chairman, DC Republican Committee; 2008 RNC Convention Super Delegate
- Craig Engle Treasurer of the DC Republican Party and Assistant to the Chairman; Alternate Delegate to the 2008 RNC
- Margaret Melady Senior Vice Chair, DC Republican Committee
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