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Packing Up a Presidential Campaign

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Packing Up a Presidential Campaign

Election 2008

Packing Up a Presidential Campaign

Packing Up a Presidential Campaign

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Former Gov. Mitt Romney was fond of touting his business management experience on the campaign trail, so, as his run for the presidency comes to a close, what happens to his funds, his staff, their equipment? Is suspending a campaign like going out of business?

Jennifer Palmieri, who was National Press Secretary for John Edwards in 2004 and an adviser to the Edwards campaign in 2008, talks with Michele Norris. Edwards suspended his presidential run last month.