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  • GOP voters: No new candidates should be introduced at the convention

    Many have speculated recently that should none of the current GOP candidates clinch the nomination for president by July, the GOP establishment will pave the way for Paul Ryan or Mitt Romney to be the nominee for president at the Cleveland convention. But a recent McClatchy-Marist poll shows that 65% of Republican voters don't want Ryan, Romney, or anyone who didn't actually run for president in 2016 to be given the nomination.

GOP voters: No new candidates should be introduced at the convention

Many have speculated recently that should none of the current GOP candidates clinch the nomination for president by July, the GOP establishment will pave the way for Paul Ryan or Mitt Romney to be the nominee for president at the Cleveland convention. But a recent McClatchy-Marist poll shows that 65% of Republican voters don't want Ryan, Romney, or anyone who didn't actually run for president in 2016 to be given the nomination.
Natalie Fertig McClatchy