Marco Rubio is in Boston today attending a fundraiser for Romney.
“They’re getting a lot of work out of these potential veep candidates who might not be working as hard for Romney once his candidate is chosen. There could be some hard feelings over that, and there usually are,” said Larry Sabato, director of the University of Virginia’s Center for Politics.Not everyone is like Mitt Romney. Who after John McCain chose Sarah Palin, worked hard for McCain to win him the election. While McCain's other opponents, for the most part, were no where to be found. Hopefully, if Romney announces early, those who were not chosen won't turn into shrinking violets.
The long list of potential number twos has come in handy for Romney, who out-raised President Obama by $35 million in June thanks in part to a small army of surrogates pitching in across the country to boost Romney’s campaign coffers.
The Rubio trip isn’t the first of these pilgrimages. U.S. Sen. Rob Portman (R-Ohio) came to Boston Monday to hold a low-key fundraiser for Romney. U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) is due to hold a fundraiser for Romney in Illinois today.
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