2008 ENDORSEMENTS: Romney passes McCain in Hill support

July 2007
Hill;7/31/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 93, p20
The article reports that Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney surpass Senator John McCain on the publication's list of congressional endorsements for the Republican nomination for president in the U.S. McCain fall behind Romney because of campaign resignations and weak fundraising reports. On the Democratic side, Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton continues to lead in endorsements.


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