exploratory committees

On William Weld, we get comments like this:

Bush and Jimmy Carter lost their bids for a second term after facing challenges from inside their party.

Sure.  And Obama successfully fended off his primary challenges — John Wolfe, Jr. and Keith Russell Judd, and Jim Rogers — all of whom garnered a hefty percentage round about the Appalachian — Ozarks fault-line.

They did better than William Weld will do.  I’m tempted to ask why he skipped out on his entres to the Libertarian Party, before realizing: whatever his politics can be described as (the Republicanism that gets Republicans elected governor in Massachusetts, that they then have to denounce in order to do anything nationally?) — it isn’t Libertarian.

I wonder what Judd’s exploratory findings showed?

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