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U.S. House candidate Trey Radel appeals to the local GOP. The Caxambas Republican Club heard analysis of the Florida Presidential primary Wednesday from Don Farmer, and listened to pitches from two Congressional candidates. Lance Shearer/Special to the Daily News

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U.S. House candidate Trey Radel appeals to the local GOP. The Caxambas Republican Club heard analysis of the Florida Presidential primary Wednesday from Don Farmer, and listened to pitches from two Congressional candidates. Lance Shearer/Special to the Daily News

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  • U.S. House candidate Trey Radel appeals to the local GOP. The Caxambas Republican Club heard analysis of the Florida Presidential primary Wednesday from Don Farmer, and listened to pitches from two Congressional candidates. Lance Shearer/Special to the Daily News
  • Ladies of the club listen to the candidates. The Caxambas Republican Club heard analysis of the Florida Presidential primary Wednesday from Don Farmer, and listened to pitches from two Congressional candidates. Lance Shearer/Special to the Daily News
  • Don Farmer explains how he sees the GOP Presidential nomination race. The Caxambas Republican Club heard analysis of the Florida Presidential primary Wednesday from Don Farmer, and listened to pitches from two Congressional candidates. Lance Shearer/Special to the Daily News
  • Chauncey Goss makes the case for his U.S. House bid. The Caxambas Republican Club heard analysis of the Florida Presidential primary Wednesday from Don Farmer, and listened to pitches from two Congressional candidates. Lance Shearer/Special to the Daily News
  • Chauncey Goss makes the case for his U.S. House bid. The Caxambas Republican Club heard analysis of the Florida Presidential primary Wednesday from Don Farmer, and listened to pitches from two Congressional candidates. Lance Shearer/Special to the Daily News

“Elephants don’t forget,” said the flyer for the Caxambas Republican Club (CRC) monthly meeting, but they are being urged to do just that. At the group’s get-together at the Rose History Auditorium on Wednesday evening, members were reminded that, for their organization, the big goal is to deny Barack Obama a second term in the White House, and that will require supporters of the various candidates to bury their differences and unite behind the eventual nominee.

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