Michael Steele Lays Out Challenges For GOP As Election Day draws closer, has the race for the presidency changed the political landscape of the Republican Party for better or for worse? Michael Steele, former Lieutenant Governor of Maryland and chairman of GOPAC, shares his insight.
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Michael Steele Lays Out Challenges For GOP

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Michael Steele Lays Out Challenges For GOP

Michael Steele Lays Out Challenges For GOP

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As Election Day draws closer, has the race for the presidency changed the political landscape of the Republican Party for better or for worse?

Farai Chideya speaks with Michael Steele. He's the former Lieutenant Governor of Maryland and chairman of GOPAC — a political action committee working to elect Republicans to office.

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