McCain's Options for Vice President
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Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour
Graduated from University of Mississippi
Ran unsuccessfully for the senate in 1982
Ronald Reagan's White House political director 1985
Founded lobbying firm Barbour, Griffith, & Rogers
Two Terms as chairman of the Republican National Committee
Elected Governor in 2003
Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney
Graduated Brigham Young University in 1971
Earned MBA and Law Degree from Harvard in 1975
Lost a Senate race in 1994
Headed Salt Lake Organizing Committee for 2002 Winter Olympics
Elected Governor in 2002
Texas Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison
Received her law degree from the Univ of Texas in 1967
First Republican woman to be elected to the Texas House of Representatives
Elected Texas State Treasurer in 1990
First Elected to Senate in 1993
Graduated USC in 1973
Received law degree and MBA from Harvard in 1977
Senior associate counsel to Reagan from 1986-1988
Served nine terms as a member of the House of Representatives until he resigned in 2005
Became Chairman of SEC in 2005
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