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Republican consultant Pat Shortridge joins race for party chair, Osskopp out

Former State Representative Mike Osskopp has dropped out of the race for Republican party chair and endorsed the newest entrant, Pat Shortridge. The Minnesota GOP will meet in St. Cloud on December 31st to select a new party leader.
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Former State Representative Mike Osskopp has dropped out of the race for Republican party chair and endorsed the newest entrant, Pat Shortridge. The Minnesota GOP will meet in St. Cloud on December 31st to select a new party leader.

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