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KANSAS CITY, Mo. – It’s been 40 years since the metro hosted a political party convention.
But area leaders and area Republicans are hoping to change that and lobbying hard Wednesday.
Mayor Sly James of KCMO and Mayor Mark Holland of KCK, both took trips to Boston, where the GOP was holding a summer meeting. They, along with other KC delegates, are battling to get the Republican National Convention here in 2016.
“There have been a couple of times when people have said that they heard that we were in town and have been looking forward to hearing what we’ve got to say,” Mayor James said by phone.
“The message we want them to hear from us is how well we work together, our willingness as a region to come together and put our way foot forward,” Mayor Holland said by phone.
Amy Jordan Wooden, an aide…
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