As the race for the Republican presidential nomination rounds into the final lap, the victory is by no means guaranteed to any one candidate.
What does that mean for the nomination and the state of July’s Republican National Convention? Former Gov. Mike Leavitt has some ideas, which he shared with attendees at the World Trade Center Utah and Zions Bank’s quarterly Thought Leader Symposium Tuesday. Leavitt compared the current political situation, especially within the Republican party, to a learning experience akin to the education the country got about the function of the Electoral College during the 2000 presidential election.
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