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June 5, 2010 11:19 PM

Tea Party gets place at the table at Texas GOP convention

For the first time, activists with conservative grassroots movements such as the Tea Party and the 912 Project will join the state GOP at its every-other-year convention and will have a role in hammering out a party platform, electing a leader to head the party and finding ways to work together to elect more Republicans in November.

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