The Berrien County Republican Party is citing scheduling conflicts with state officials for postponing their annual Lincoln Day Dinner. It had been set for May 12, which is next Monday. Berrien County GOP Chairman Keith Lubbers notes there are other party functions that prevented everyone they wanted to have come to the event from being able to be there. The party has not yet found a suitable time to reschedule the dinner. Lubbers added in a statement that because Berrien County is historically a red county, many Republicans are committing their time to working on winning in other parts of the state where races are more up for grabs.
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