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Second- and third-stringers eye 2016 if front-runner stumbles
Topic - Bobbie Kilberg
Since announcing his presidential campaign early this month, Mitt Romney has spent his time slipping the jabs of his GOP rivals while barnstorming the country for cash — casting his eye beyond the daily news cycle and toward winning the early contests next year.
"Haley is one of his most vociferous defenders because Chris Christie has dealt with this crises in the best possible way," said Bobbie Kilberg, a top GOP fundraiser.
"I think Chris Christie has always been good for mainstream center-right Republicans, and I think this reaffirms that," Ms. Kilberg said. "I think he is one of the rare officeholders in America today who has across-the-board appeal, and if the Republican Party is going to win back the presidency, they have to have broader appeal, not just speak to a narrow base."