Republicans leave state convention with problems, optimism
ST. CLOUD, Minn. -- Their party faces a $1.3 million debt, ideological differences and lingering questions about a sex scandal, and Republicans leaving their state convention Saturday both acknowledged the problems and kept their chins up.
"We don't really have a lot of unity within the party," convention delegate Ken Zylstra of Worthington said.
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