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Michael Steele on Charlie Crist: ‘I am very disappointed’

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Republican National Committee chairman Michael S. Steele said he’s disappointed in Florida Gov. Charlie Crist for not sticking with the GOP. Following a press conference in Tampa to promote the 2012 national convention, Steele said Crist should have stayed in the Republican Primary and respected the primary process. “I’m very disappointed in him,” Steele said. “I don’t think that was a necessary move. The primary process is there for a reason. It should have played out.” But Steele quickly added that…

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Michael Steele on Charlie Crist: ‘I am very disappointed’

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Republican National Committee chairman Michael S. Steele said he’s disappointed in Florida Gov. Charlie Crist for not sticking with the GOP. Following a press conference in Tampa to promote the 2012 national convention, Steele said Crist should have stayed in the Republican Primary and respected the primary process. “I’m very disappointed in him,” Steele said. “I don’t think that was a necessary move. The primary process is there for a reason. It should have played out.” But Steele quickly added that…

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Republican Party plans Tampa ’12 convention

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Update -10:39 a.m. – Washington Post: GOP likely to hold 2012 convention in Tampa. The Republican National Committee’s site-selection committee is expected to name Tampa, Fla., on Wednesday as site of the party’s 2012 convention, top Republicans tell POLITICO. The site-selection committee is scheduled to announce a choice among three finalists: Phoenix, Salt Lake City and Tampa. The committee has made high-publicity visits to the top prospects, which put on the dog to show what they could do for the…

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Republican Party plans Tampa ’12 convention

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Update -10:39 a.m. – Washington Post: GOP likely to hold 2012 convention in Tampa. The Republican National Committee’s site-selection committee is expected to name Tampa, Fla., on Wednesday as site of the party’s 2012 convention, top Republicans tell POLITICO. The site-selection committee is scheduled to announce a choice among three finalists: Phoenix, Salt Lake City and Tampa. The committee has made high-publicity visits to the top prospects, which put on the dog to show what they could do for the…

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