Walsh, Kenneth T.
April 2007
U.S. News & World Report;4/30/2007, Vol. 142 Issue 15, p32
The article presents overviews of the candidates who are running in the 2008 presidential election. It provides brief summaries of both Republican and Democratic leading candidates. Among the Republican contenders, former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney is experiencing consistency problems regarding his views on abortion and gay rights. Senator John McCain is hoping to bounce back after losing the GOP nomination in 2000. Democrats Hilary Clinton and Barack Obama are leading national polls as Democrat hopefuls.


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