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Nevada GOP throws in the convention towel

By pams
Tuesday, July 22, 2008 16:00 EDT
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How sad is the state of the GOP in Nevada that its party cancels its own convention? So sad…NOT.

Citing a lack of interest, the Nevada Republican Party has called off its state convention and will instead pick its delegates to the national convention by private conference call.

The state party broke up its original convention in April when supporters of Ron Paul hijacked the proceedings and tried to elect delegates for their candidate to the national GOP convention in September. Party officials tried to reconvene on July 26, but they needed a quorum of 675 and received only 300 RSVPs, according to local reports.

“With so many people concerned about the economy, it simply wouldn’t be fair for us to ask delegates from all over the state to spend money to attend a convention if we know that a quorum won’t be present,” state party Chairwoman Sue Lowden said in a release.

Hey, your boys in DC are responsible for the sh*tty economy, ask them to pay the tab.

 
 
 
 
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