Republicans back in Cleveland for convention site search

CLEVELAND -- The Republican eye is back on Cleveland this week.

The Republican National Committee's Site Selection Delegation will be in our city Monday through Wednesday in their continued search for a city to host the 2016 Republic National Convention.

During this visit, the delegation will review local venues, hospitality, security and transportation options when considering Cleveland for the convention. They will also meet with city officials to discuss aspects of the bid for 2016.

The delegation arrives Monday afternoon.

Cleveland joins Kansas City, Dallas and Denver as remaining finalists to host the Republican National Convention.

The earlier visit by a technical advance committee focused on logistics, details and particulars of the city's hospitality, transportation, safety and financing plan.

Cleveland made it to this round in 2006. That convention ultimately went to Minneapolis/St, Paul.


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