Thursday, December 07, 2006

Some state (Florida) GOP leaders think Mitt Romney is it

TALLAHASSEE - More Florida Republicans are lining up behind the presidential aspirations of Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney.

On Thursday, Romney's Commonwealth PAC announced that outgoing Florida Lt. Gov. Toni Jennings, former House Speaker Allan Bense, and former state GOP chairman Al Cardenas were joining his Florida steering committee.

"I greatly appreciate these three Floridians joining my team," Romney said in a statement. "During their years of service, they each have made an incredible impact for their state. I look forward to working with them to help strengthen the Republican Party - especially in Florida."

Romney has already lured former Jeb Bush advisors Sally Bradshaw and Ann Woods Herberger to advise his likely 2008 presidential bid.


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