2016 Republican National Convention In Charlotte?

2016 Republican National Convention In Charlotte?

by: Oreo

Fri Jan 25, 2013 at 11:38:26 AM EST

This week’s RNC meeting in Charlotte has brought about rumblings of having the 2016 convention there.

The Republican National Committee’s meeting in Charlotte this week has fueled speculation that the GOP might return for its national convention in four years.

“It’s always a possibility,” GOP Chairman Reince Priebus said Wednesday at the Westin hotel. “North Carolina was good to us. And it’s a red state – all the more reason to look at Charlotte.”

Neither party has begun the process of choosing its 2016 convention sites. A Republican spokeswoman said the party will begin seeking requests from cities later this year and site selection would begin in 2014. – Charlotte Observer

It’s never too soon to talk about conventions! I can’t see RNC 2016 in North Carolina though. They’ll hold it in Ohio or Michigan or Pennsylvania or Virginia. One of the states they’re going to try to steal with electoral vote shenanigans.

Read more here: http://www.charlotteobserver.com/2013/01/24/3806983/will-charlotte-host-gop-convention.html#storylink=cpy 

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