By Associated Press - Wednesday, November 12, 2014

JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) - The Conservative Patriots Group, a tea party-style organization based in Wasilla, is calling it quits.

In an email, president Steve St. Clair said financial limitations, administrative duties and government regulations had taken a toll on the volunteer-led group.

He said the group’s board decided to end the Conservative Patriots’ status as a for-profit corporation and suggested several like-minded organizations with which members might want to get involved.

St. Clair said in an interview that the group was going away in name only. He said its mission and agenda, pushing for things like limited government and individual liberty, would continue.

He said the difficulties included having to do multiple independent expenditure reports for an email mentioning numerous candidates and members being pulled in different directions.

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