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Romney paves way for possible '12 run

Bulk of PAC fund goes for political ambitions

'It is more essential than ever that conservative candidates and organizations have the resources they need to get their message out to voters.' - Republican Mitt Romney, former governor of Massachusetts. "It is more essential than ever that conservative candidates and organizations have the resources they need to get their message out to voters." - Republican Mitt Romney, former governor of Massachusetts. (Getty Images)
By Frank Phillips
Globe Staff / December 8, 2008

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Republican Mitt Romney is laying the groundwork for a possible White House campaign in 2012, hiring a team of staff members and consultants with money from a fund-raising committee he established with the ostensible purpose of supporting other GOP candidates. (Full article: 1132 words)

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