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Afternoon Fix: Nearly 40 Republican National Committee members don't want Michael Steele to run for re-election; Sarah Palin takes aim at critics on Facebook

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Friday, November 26, 2010; 2:11 PM

Make sure to sign up to get "Afternoon Fix" in your e-mail inbox every day by 5 (ish) p.m.! EARLIER ON THE FIX California Democratic Rep. Jerry McNerney wins re-election; one House race remains undecided WHAT YOU MIGHT HAVE MISSED * In interviews with 51 of the 168 members of the Republican National Committee, the Associated Press found that 39 said they preferred RNC Chairman Michael Steele not be on the ballot in January's chairmanship election -- an indication that if he does decide to pursue a second term, Steele will face an uphill battle. * Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R) took to Facebook on Thanksgiving Day to criticize the media for quickly seizing on her misstatement that America must "stand with our North Korean allies," citing a list of gaffes made by President Obama. * Supporters of a proposed three-year earmark moratorium are doubtful that they'll have enough

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