Minnesota Republican activists will begin their New Year's Eve by selecting a new leader.
The party has scheduled a meeting of its Central Committee for 9 a.m. on Dec. 31 to select a successor to Tony Sutton. Sutton resigned on Dec. 2.
There are 440 delegates who can participate in the decision, a party spokeswoman said.
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