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Second- and third-stringers eye 2016 if front-runner stumbles
Topic - Joe Baerlein
"The doctor wasn't required to be present at the death. Voters didn't like that," Mr. Baerlein said.
"Truthfully, my colleagues and I looked at this and thought we had an insurmountable task ahead of us," said Mr. Baerlein, a former Democratic campaign operative. "We mounted a campaign where even if you have these beliefs, you don't like the way it would be handled under Question 2."