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  • "I think Thompson already has peaked, especially because people are being reminded of his deep involvement in supporting McCain-Feingold," said James Bopp Jr., a Republican lawyer who specializes in campaign and election law.

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  • Mr. Thompson also signed a subpoena that cost the Republican National Committee millions of dollars to comply with, and his name is on an amicus brief defending the 2002 campaign-finance law, Mr. Bopp said.

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