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Are we Looking at a Brokered GOP Convention?

author: kprice 4:02 am EST March 4, 2012
By the Price of Business, Radio Partners of US Daily Review.
M-F at 8 pm CST on http://1070knth.com, hosted by US Daily Review Publisher/Editor in Chief, Kevin Price.
Kevin Price interviewed US Daily Review contributor Felecia Cravens on the strange process towards the GOP nomination and the very real possibility of a brokered convention.
HEAR THAT CONVERSATION HERE
Felicia Cravens walked away from her accounting degree over a decade ago to become a stay-at-home mom.  Since then, she has filled her “spare time” teaching drama in an after-school program and working in conservative politics.  She founded the Houston Tea Party Society in 2009, serves as a frequent media contact, and trains and equips people new to the political process.  She can be found on Facebook and Google+, and on Twitter as @somethingfishie. She can also be found at LinkedIn.


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