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Stephen Monteith

I think youre overlooking something, both about Romneys chances to win Virginia and Bollings chances to become governor some day; namely, that Romney just named Bolling his campaign chairman in Virginia. If only 41% know anything about Bill Bolling, then his campaigning across the state with Mitt Romney will raise his profile significantly; and having Bolling on his side would imply (though not guarantee) the endorsement of Gov. McDonnell, as well, especially since Romney said recently that McDonnell would be on his shortlist for VP.

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Mr. JensenWhy does Rick Perry drop from 20% to 18% when Aplin is removed as an option ?Wouldnt his support stay at least on the same level as before ?Why would any Perry supporter not support him because a candidate is removed from the next question ?All other candidates are keeping their support or increase it in the second question.Any explanation for this ?

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