Chris Cillizza has more. Although Keene’s name might not mean much to the average voter, as longtime head of the American Conservative Union, he is one of the most well-connected and well-respected conservative leaders in Washington. Cillizza says he will work to convince “my fellow conservatives that if we are serious about electing a conservative president in 2008, it’s time to unite behind his candidacy.”
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