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Republicans Against a Brokered Convention
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Yesterday Michigan GOP Rep. Thaddeus McCotter spoke out against having Republican leaders choose the presidential nominee at a brokered convention:

Having unsuccessfully competed against all of the candidates for our party’s nomination for President of the United States, I attest to the mettle of the remaining contenders; and aver that at the end of this brutal primary process – potentially including a convention fight – our GOP nominee must be Mitt, Rick, Newt or Ron.

McCotter concludes, “A GOP that distrusts its primary voters will be distrusted by general election voters – and rightly so.” A Gallup/USA Today poll of Republican and GOP-leaning independent voters found that 66 percent oppose a brokered convention.

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