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Attendence has been dwindling at the annual Nassau Republican “Victory Brunch” over the past few years, primarily because of a lack of victories.

But its different this year for the $125-a-plate brunch at the Uniondale Marriot from 9 to 11 a.m. on Sunday: The party can celebrate winning back control of the county legislature and taking back the offices of county executive and county comptroller.

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“I can’t wait. It’s going to be mobbed,” a local Republican official predicted.