Florida Senator Marco Rubio Dept: On Monday, The New York Times wrote that Romney had in fact made his pick. But senior Romney adviser Eric Fehrnstrom said that he hadn't finalized his decision, according to CBC. Names have been bandied around for months from outspoken New Jersey governor Chris Christie to the young and popular Florida Senator Marco Rubio and speculation has been ramping up over who Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney will choose as his vice-presidential candidate, as a top campaign advisor suggested that his pick could come at the end of the week. Asked specifically whether Romney could announce his vice presidential pick this week, Fehrnstrom said: "Technically it could, but the governor hasn't made a decision. It will only happen after he makes a decision." (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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