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Second- and third-stringers eye 2016 if front-runner stumbles
Topic - Mike Johnson
It's gotten a little quiet out there. Too quiet.
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"I was raised in the church and my dad was a Baptist preacher," he said. "I don't have any problem with it. It's up to the person whether they want to hunt on Sunday. I was all for it. It gives people more opportunities to enjoy the woods and the outdoors."
"It was surreal," said Johnson, 47, who'll run again Monday. "I was caught up in the emotion of the people that were around me and dealing with the unknown. . A person nearby was hysterical. Just to be around someone like that just hits the heart. I wasn't full of fear, but I was full of emotion."