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The Future Of New England Republicans

Sen. Scott Brown, center, speaks with constituents during a campaign stop at Mul's Diner in Boston on Sunday, Nov. 4. (Michael Dwyer/AP)

Sen. Scott Brown, center, speaks with constituents during a campaign stop at Mul’s Diner in Boston on Sunday, Nov. 4. (Michael Dwyer/AP)

Tuesday night, the Massachusetts GOP will decide whether or not it should adopt the party’s national platform.

The Bay State GOP is a small minority party in a heavily Democratic state. Come January 2013, Democrats in the Mass. state legislature will out-number Republicans 166 to 34.

In many ways, the fiscally conservative, socially moderate classic New England Republican seems a hopeful template for the future of the GOP — but not everyone agrees. We’ll discuss the role New England Republicans can play in the future of the national party.

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