CLEVELAND — Northeast Ohio's bid to host the 2016 Republican National Convention advanced this afternoon, as the party's site-selection committee pared its lists of four contenders to two: Cleveland and Dallas.
Denver and Kansas City were eliminated.
The decision was a bit of surprise, following an ultimately incorrect report from a Colorado television station that had indicated Cleveland was out of the running.
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