Election 2008

Might McCain Select a Woman for VP?

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Former Hewlett Packard CEO turned McCain economic advisor Carly Fiorina has been front and center recently in the campaign. Elizabeth Bumiller of The New York Times discusses why floating her name as a possible VP candidate or cabinet secretary could help and hurt McCain.



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