And Paul’s total is likely in the McCain range. So which one is a more viable candidate? (McCain most would say but Paul’s number sure makes McCain look more second tier-ish than he did yesterday.) Figuring out where Paul will do well and from whom he might draw votes is the next item to ponder. For now, we’re left mulling why Romney and Rudy haven’t released their numbers. Too tiny compared to yesterday’s Hillary fortune is one explanation.
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