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The conventional wisdom is that Mitt Romney is about to announce a safe, bland, and white running mate. Here's why he shouldn't
The Ohio senator is often pigeonholed as a "boring white guy" — but the VP finalist has plenty of quirks that buck the label
Cheney — who knows a thing or two about the VP selection process — says he isn't a fan of Sen. John McCain's 2008 pick. Does he have a hidden agenda?
The rigorous process has been equated with being given a colonoscopy — with the Hubble telescope. And under Romney, it has only gotten more intense
Despite being heralded as a perfect No. 2 for Romney's ticket, the handsome Latino senator from Florida is reportedly not even being considered for the job
Romney's five-day bus tour through six swing states doubled as a public audition for potential running mates. How did they do?
Whether or not they want the job, Republicans on the short list to be named Mitt Romney's vice presidential running mate have to say no — again and again
That's what a GOP official tells Politico, saying Romney is desperate to avoid making the same mistake that Sen. John McCain made with Sarah Palin in 2008
Pundits are buzzing over the possibility that the former Arkansas governor and GOP A-lister could be Mitt's running mate. What would he bring to the ticket?
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