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Republicans Face Delicate Task in Competing for Giffords' Seat

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As Arizona Rep. Gabrielle Giffords makes her slow but steady recovery amid speculation about her political future, Republicans are faced with the challenging and delicate task of putting up a candidate for her seat in 2012.
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Whether Giffords stands for reelection or not, Republicans in Arizona have indicated they want to seek the office -- but who that candidate may be and how they’ll go about campaigning is a subject they're not discussing, at least publicly.

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