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GOP Rising Stars Are Governors

The best chance to get a Republican back to the White House will likely come through governorships.  This is nothing new;  For a variety of reasons, senators don't usually fare as well as governors.  In this regard, 2008 was an anomaly. 

For this reason, the GOP Governor's meeting taking place this week in Miami will be worth watching, as it will include rising stars like Sarah Palin, Tim Pawlenty, Bobby Jindal -- and others. 

There's a good chance the 2008 nominee will be in attendance. 

Of course, we've also got former governors Romney and Huckabee to consider, as well.  And some would even go so far as to mention former governor Jeb Bush...

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