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Cleveland To Get Official GOP Nod

(Cleveland, OH) -- Cleveland will officially land the 2016 Republican National Convention today. GOP officials from across the nation are meeting in Chicago to approve the city's bid, setting off what Cuyahoga County Republican Party Chairman Rob Frost says will be a brief celebration.
The Republican National Convention will begin either June 27th or July 18th of 2016 at Quicken Loans Arena. It's expected to bring 40-thousand visitors to Cleveland and pump millions of dollars into the local economy.
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U.S. Senator Rob Portman of Ohio says the Republican convention will be Cleveland's chance to showcase itself to the nation.
U.S. Senator Rob Portman of Ohio says Cleveland will be the epicenter of the political landscape during the convention.
Cuyahoga County Republican Party Chairman Rob Frost says the scope of the GOP convention crosses over political boundaries.
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