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Florida or Bust: Huntsman's Unorthodox Path to the GOP Nomination

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ORLANDO, Fla. – Just two months after returning from a diplomatic post in China and settling into a new home in Washington, D.C., where does the Mormon ex-governor of Utah head to build a presidential campaign from the ground up?


Close enough to see the nightly fireworks at Disney World, of course.

For Jon Huntsman, opening his national campaign headquarters Thursday in a downtown office tower named the Citrus Center seems as much of a gamble as expecting short lines at the world’s most popular theme park.

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