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McMorris Rodgers Gains Attention
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On the heels of my column listing her moving up with a bullet on the list of potential Romney VP choices, Cathy McMorris Rodgers gets some nice attention from Reuters:

In recent months she has become one of her party’s chief counter-punchers to criticism from Democrats.

She has appeared on TV and written defiant opinion articles, saying that Democrats are accusing Republicans of being anti-women because the Democrats do not want to discuss President Barack Obama’s handling of the economy and the federal debt.

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Such arguments might be helping Mitt Romney, the likely Republican nominee to face Obama in the November 6 election.

For months, polls showed Obama with a significant lead over Romney among women, but recent surveys have shown the gap closing. One poll – the CBS/New York Times survey – recently showed Romney with a slight lead among women.

A focus on free-market enterprise runs through McMorris Rodgers’ conservative voting record, which she says reflects her stance that all women, like men, are better served when businesses can flourish without being too burdened by government.

Cathy McMorris Rodgers is definitely one to watch. 

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