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Controversial politician Todd Akin is in North County to speak at a Republican club's monthly meeting.

He will be speak at Yacovelli's Thursday night at 7:30. The event is open to members of the North St. Louis County Republican Club and they are accepting new members. Akin was a US Congressman for a decade before losing to Senator Claire McCaskill last year.

Akin entered the national spotlight after making claims about pregnancy and legitimate rape.

If you would like to join the North St Louis County Republican Club, dues are $15 per individual or $25 per family. Reach out to the club's treasurer, Edna Ditto at (314) 837-8968. 

Future speakers and topics include:

June 27: Anne Gassel on Common Core Standards

July 25: Sherman Graves on gun control

August 22: Tom Schweich state auditor

 

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