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Steele Tired of GOP 'Backbiting'

Friday, 24 Sep 2010 06:59 AM


Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele says he's tired of infighting within his party and says the GOP needs to stay unified to win in November.

Steele rallied activists Thursday during a stop at the Arkansas Republican Party headquarters in Little Rock.

Steele says he's tired of "backbiting" and "nitpicking" within the party following heated Republican primaries in Alaska and Delaware for U.S. Senate seats. He reiterated Republican support for the winners, both tea party-backed candidates who defeated well-known Republicans.

The GOP has been focused on Arkansas, where Republican leaders are confident they'll pick up two House seats and Democratic Sen. Blanche Lincoln is trailing her Republican challenger in most polls.

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