August 10th, 2012
07:21 PM ET

Romney's 'game changing' VP pick: Who will it be?

Will Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney make a game changing choice when he picks his running mate or will his decision not really impact the race too much?

We asked our OutFront Political Strike team to weigh in on the importance of Romney's VP pick. Does he need a game changer?

Tune to Erin Burnett OutFront at 7p ET for the results from our political strike team.

Here is tonight's OutFront poll:

OutFront tonight: CNN's John King.

Will Romney's running mate step off the bus?

As Mitt Romney hits the road for his four-state bus tour this weekend, could he possibly reveal his running mate pick on the road?

Starting Saturday, the presumptive GOP nominee will blaze through Virginia, North Carolina, Florida, and Ohio – all battleground states in this fall's election.

With less than three weeks before the Republican National Convention in Tampa, speculation has been simmering over who Romney will announce as his vice presidential nominee. The candidate, however, has remained tight-lipped about his prospects, saying only he, his wife Ann, and adviser Beth Myers know the full details of the decision process.

But political observers have a few names in mind, most of whom have been high-profile surrogates for Romney's campaign in recent days, further stirring the pot of suspicion.


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soundoff (One Response)
  1. matt a

    Romney's potential picks as VP have more experience than Obama had four years ago as a presidential contender.

    Just calling like I see it.

    August 10, 2012 at 10:08 pm | Reply

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