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Republican National Committee to hold winter meeting in Charlotte

Republicans will head to the same city that played host to the Democratic National Convention for the party's annual meeting, just a couple months after North Carolina ended up being one of a few bright spots.

Reince Priebus, chairman of the Republican National Committee, announced Tuesday the 2013 RNC Winter Meeting will be held at the Westin Charlotte Hotel from Jan. 23 to 26.

Details of the agenda have not been exacted, but the party will continue etching out plans for the future after losing seats in the U.S. Senate and the re-election of President Barack Obama.

Among the decisions made at the meeting will be whether Priebus – a Wisconsin politico who replaced Michael Steele as the leader of the GOP in 2010 – will hold on for a second term at the helm. He announced earlier this month he wants another two years.

Voting members of the RNC undergo a series of votes until the next chairman is decided.


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