Three weeks to the day after Cleveland leaders sent the RNC 2016 Site Selection Committee off from their site visit to Cleveland, they will learn if the positive things they had to say were enough to lift them over the three cities they’re competing against Dallas, Denver and Kansas City.
The committee will meet this morning to discuss their visits to the four finalist cities. Members will review what they saw, the facilities, amenities and logistics each city provided as well as any additional information the cities presented over the last two weeks.
The RNC Site Selection Committee will likely then vote to narrow the field before ultimately selecting a city they will recommend to the full Republican National Committee during a meeting in Chicago in August. The committee, made up of three members from each state will then vote on that recommendation.
The convention will start on either June 27 or July 18 depending on which city is chosen. Kansas City is the only city able to accommodate the June date because of NBA restrictions in the other cities.
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