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NSB GOP officials: Republican signs for John McCain-Sarah Palin presidential ticket going like hot cakes -- some taken by thieves

NEW SMYRNA BEACH -- Vehicle after vehicle pulled up to the street corner on Flagler Avenue on this temperate Sunday afternoon to get their hands on a John McCain-Sarah Palin election sign during the inaugural Uncorked wine- and food-tasting event.

But just as many, if not more of these same signs are being pilfered from people's lawns, say local Republican campaign officials.

Tom Feeney and Neil Cavuto talk about the economy

Party Lines political notebook: State Rep. Hukill welcomes lieutenant governor to Volusia County for economic summit

PORT ORANGE -- State Rep. Dorothy L. Hukill, R-Port Orange, whose district includes Southeast Volusia, welcomed Lt. Governor Jeff Kottkamp to
Volusia County for the inaugural Volusia Economic Development Summit.

The Sept. 30 Summit, hosted by Hukill, brought together state and local policy makers, economic development experts, and community business leaders to explore ways to expand Volusia's economy.

Evelyn Lynn to speak at June 26 Republican Club of SE Volusia meeting

NEW SMYRNA BEACH -- State Sen. Evelyn Lynn, R-Ormond Beach, will replace Volusia County Manager James Dineen as speaker at the Republican Club of Southeast Volusia meeting on Thursday, June 26. 
 
"Something came up on that date to make it difficult for Mr.

Volusia Manager James Dineen to address SE Volusia Republican Club

NEW SMYRNA BEACH – Volusia County Manager James Dinneen will be the guest speaker at the Republican Club of Southeast Volusia County

Republican Club updated on Congressional races

Republicans need to take care of their incumbents across Florida, including Congressman Tom Feeney, whose district includes Southeast Volusia, a party executive told the Southeast Volusia Republican Club at its April luncheon at the New Smyrna Yacht Club.

We need to focus on getting our incumbents re-elected, getting them funded," said Russell Peck, director of Congressional Affairs for the Republican Club of Florida.

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