Sarah Spence

Ohio Young Republicans

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Co-chair of the Ohio Young Republicans and assistant secretary to the Young Republican National Federation, the national parent organization for local young Republican clubs

Sarah Spence on KCRW

In their  first prime-time debate  last night, ten candidates for next year's Republican presidential nomination were pummeled with challenging questions.

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