Rubio Clear VP Choice of CPAC Delegates
The freshman Florida lawmaker received 30.4 percent of the first-place votes from CPAC delegates, more than twice the number for New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, named by 14.2 percent of the respondents. In third place among the 23 possible vice presidential candidates named in the poll was House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan, Wisconsin Republican.
The Washington Times/CPAC Straw Poll was co-sponsored by The Washington Times and conducted by the firm of Fabrizio, McLaughlin & Associates.
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