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November 19, 2012


Republicans Split Over Party's Problems

"Republican governors are torn between essentially staying the course in the wake of Mitt Romney's loss and a more proactive strategy aimed at radically shaking up their party in an effort to reach out to young and minority voters," Politico reports.

"Some governors believe that Romney's loss two weeks ago to President Barack Obama was just that -- a loss by a single candidate who ran a defensive campaign pummeled by negative ads and lacking in vision... But other Republicans here attending the Republican Governors Association conference last week believe a more dramatic Republican makeover is in order."

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