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Washington (CNN) – As he weighs a potential run for the Republican presidential nomination, Texas Governor Rick Perry is in California meeting with people who could be key backers: businessmen and politicians.

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CNN has learned Perry on Wednesday met with Alex Spanos, a major San Diego businessman and part co-owner of the San Diego Chargers football team who has been a supporter of Perry's in the past as well as some others who could be financial backers if he mounts a campaign.

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