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Republicans will learn extent of money woes

State Republicans will get more clarity on their party’s money woes Wednesday as party brass are expected to meet with a financial planner, the Star Tribune reports. The party’s financial issues began to surface earlier this year when counties across the state complained that Republicans were not paying their bills after the 2010 recount. December has been a brutal month for the party.
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State Republicans will get more clarity on their party’s money woes Wednesday as party brass are expected to meet with a financial planner, the Star Tribune reports. The party’s financial issues began to surface earlier this year when counties across the state complained that Republicans were not paying their bills after the 2010 recount. December has been a brutal month for the party.

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