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Steele headlining Guam GOP's fundraiser

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Republican National Committee Chair Michael Steele arrived is scheduled to arrive on Guam this evening in time for the Republican Party of Guam's fundraiser tonight at the Fiesta Resort in Tumon.  Steele will share his thoughts on the GOP's efforts in the United States mainland and also focus on uniting the local Republican party in preparation for the Decision 2010 November General Election. 

More than 300 people including the gubernatorial duo of Eddie Calvo and Ray Tenorio and Republican senatorial candidates are expected to attend what's been dubbed "A GOP grassroots event".  The former lieutenant governor of Maryland will head to the CNMI on Wednesday to headline fundraising events with Republican Party leaders there.

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