By now, it's pretty clear that Mitt Romney will be the Republican nominee for the 2012 presidential election. The only question now is: Who will run alongside Romney as his Vice Presidential nominee?
Some logical VP choices include Ohio Senator Rob Portman -- given his obvious influence on the Ohio vote -- and Florida Senator Marco Rubio, who would shore up the Latino vote.
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