The 2016 Republican National Convention is headed to…

Earlier this week, Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus announced Cleveland, Ohio will host the 2016 Republican National Convention besting Dallas, Texas.

“As goes Ohio, so goes the presidential race,” Priebus said Tuesday on Fox News. Preibus also said the RNC is hoping to secure a June 28 or July 18 start date for the convention — significantly earlier than the 2012 convention, which was held in late August in Tampa, Florida.

While Ohio is certainly an important swing state, is Cleveland the best choice for a host city? On Tuesday’s Real News, Will Cain and S.E. Cupp had a spirited debate about the pros and cons of Cleveland.

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  • Crassus

    What can you say about a city whose river was once declared a fire hazard and once elected Dennis Kucinich as its Mayor? Cleveland, City of Light, City of Magic. Burn on, big river.

  • Anonymous

    Snore. Young people don’t care where the Convention is. They want jobs and a party they can believe in.