Bondi as VP? Speculation is rising, but experts say no


Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi is the latest name to emerge from the pool of rumored contenders for the Republican vice presidential slot, but experts consider her a long shot.

Bondi was in New England today campaigning for presumed Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, who is in the midst of an international tour.

The Business Insider website said that the Romney campaign said Bondi make three stops in New Hampshire, including a Women for Mitt Kickoff Breakfast in Concord, and campaign office openings in Bedford and Stratham.

The story then speculates why Bondi would be a good running mate, including her gender, her coming from a battleground state and her strong opposition to the president’s health care law.

In addition, recently placed Bondi on the top of a list of state officials to watch.

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