Beating out three other destinations, Minneapolis-St. Paul landed the 2008 Republican National Convention, the Republican National Committee announced last week. The destination was selected over finalist cities Tampa-St. Petersburg, New York City, and Cleveland following visits by the nine-member site selection committee to all four cities in August. The decision was based on several factors, according to the RNC, including: the number and proximity of hotels, capacity of the arena, ...

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