Wednesday, 02 March 2011 13:35
Should Ex-Louisiana Gov. Buddy Roemer Run For President?
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UPDATE:

Final results of the Bayoubuzz Poll--Should Buddy Roemer run for U.S. President?

 

Should Former Louisiana Gov. Buddy Roemer Run For President?
Yes - 21.7%
 
No - 73.4%
 
Uncertain - 4.9%
 

Total votes: 304

 

Run Buddy Run?

From CNN:

""I will tell the public here and across America that I am concerned about the problems in America and the opportunities that aren't being taken advantage of," Roemer said in a phone interview from his new campaign office in Baton Rouge.

"I don't think there is a chosen nominee from the Republican Party," he added. "I don't think there is somebody who is secretly decided to be the candidate. This will be a rigorous debate. It will extend from Iowa to New Hampshire to South Carolina to around America."

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