DENVER (AP) - Republican Party officials are wrapping up their visit to Denver as they scout out possible locations for their 2016 convention.
They'll head to Dallas Wednesday after a final round of business in Denver.
After a tour of the Pepsi Center on Tuesday, convention committee members say legal marijuana in Denver won't hinder the city's chances. Denver is also holding its own in fundraising, with nearly $11 million in pledges so far. Host cities have to raise around $60 million.
Denver is competing against Dallas, Cleveland and Kansas City, Missouri.
The committee will announce where it's holding the convention in August.
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