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In this Sept. 24, 2005, file photo, President George W. Bush's Deputy Chief of Staff Karl Rove is welcomed with applause upon his arrival at the Multiband Tower in Fargo. The political adviser spoke about the Republican party's resurgence to members of the North Dakota Republican Party state committee. (Forum file photo)

Rove's upcoming visit to Concordia draws criticism

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MOORHEAD -- An upcoming speech by former White House adviser Karl Rove at Concordia College is meeting some opposition on campus.

Rove will speak at Concordia on Sept. 29 at an event sponsored by two conservative student groups and funded by private donors.

Ben Sand, president of the Concordia Conservatives group, said many on campus are excited about Rove's visit, which will be open to the public.

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