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Now that Mitt Romney has all but wrapped up the Republican nomination for president, the discussion has veered toward potential running mates. Who embodies the conservative credentials Romney is seen as lacking? Who can deliver a battleground state that will put Romney over the top? Who can generate the enthusiasm that will bring not only Republicans, but also independents, to the polls on Election Day?

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Tampa GOP debate: No talking pointsupdated: Mon Sep 12 2011 05:46:00

CNN's Don Lemon interviews members of the Tampa Tea Party prior to Monday's candidate forum.

In Florida, Cuban coffee meets tea party politicsupdated: Mon Sep 12 2011 05:46:00

For politicians seeking public office, a stop at the iconic Cafe Versailles is a must.

New Mexico slated to consider changes to immigrant driver's licensesupdated: Tue Sep 06 2011 22:58:00

New Mexico -- one of three states that allow undocumented immigrants to obtain driver's licenses -- is debating whether to change the practice.

Wildfires and radioactive wasteupdated: Thu Jun 30 2011 15:42:00

Meteorologist Reynolds Wolf describes how officials are protecting radioactive material from a wildfire in New Mexico.

New Mexico firefighters battle blazeupdated: Thu Jun 30 2011 00:12:00

Doug Tucker, Chief of the Los Alamos fire department, talks about fighting a fire near a nuclear production center.

Officials say destructive New Mexico fire was caused by hot auto partsupdated: Wed Mar 16 2011 11:01:00

A wildfire in New Mexico that consumed hundreds of acres southwest of the capital was started by pieces of a hot catalytic converter from a vehicle, according to the state's forestry division.

Midterms a mixed bag for women candidatesupdated: Wed Nov 10 2010 06:25:00

Call it the "mixed bag" year for women in the midterm elections.

Nikki Haley: Back to basicsupdated: Wed Nov 03 2010 16:17:00

After a "brutal 18-month" campaign, governor-elect Nikki Haley thanks fed up voters for her win in South Carolina.

History is made, another incumbent falls in Tuesday's primariesupdated: Wed Jun 02 2010 11:02:00

Voters in New Mexico made history, while voters in Alabama did not. And a second party-switching lawmaker was ousted in a primary by his new party.

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