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(LA Times) — As Michael Steele decides whether to seek another term as Republican national chairman, a faction within the party hierarchy is working aggressively behind the scenes to oppose a bid.  Party leaders have remained divided over Steele’s administration since his 2009 election, and members of the party’s national committee say that his expected effort to win reelection would mean a bruising intraparty fight.  “I think there will be numerous candidates,” said Katon Dawson, a former South Carolina Republican chairman who lost to Steele and might run again. “Sometime next week, the pack will start breaking loose, because otherwise you’ll start to run out of time.”

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