Republicans ready to pick candidate to succeed Pawlenty
MINNEAPOLIS -- It took Republicans until 3 a.m. to pick their governor candidate the last time two major candidates fought for endorsement. No one expects that to happen Friday at the Minneapolis Convention Center, when the party will pick its 2010 governor candidate.
The 13-ballot marathon needed to choose between Tim Pawlenty and Brian Sullivan may be unlikely, but neither is a one-ballot endorsement some Republican activists predict, the party chairman said.
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