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“There is no "obvious" nominee-in-waiting, and a juicy, public set-to between the party regulars, who are still chastened by losses in 2006 and 2008, and the insurgents, who despite being dubbed the Tea "Party" are not a unified group with a coherent platform or organizational structure.”
“At that point, she would have to convince the Democratic Party that Obama, who is being increasingly painted as the nominee-in-waiting, should be pushed aside.”
“The general election campaign for the Republican nominee-in-waiting starts now even though Democrats still haven't chosen a candidate.”
“Republican strategists have been saying quietly (for now) that the delegate controversy has been a blessing for their nominee-in-waiting Sen. John McCain and would likely be a campaign issue for the GOP in November.”
“The most optimistic exit from Iraq comes from the presumptive Democratic nominee-in-waiting, Barack Obama.”
“Look at what happened in the last two years since Senator Obama visited and declared the war lost," the GOP presidential nominee-in-waiting told The Associated Press in an interview, noting that the Illinois senator's last trip to Iraq came before the military buildup that is credited with curbing violence.”
“This was supposed to be a big moment for Dole: his first serious speech about foreign affairs as the Republican nominee-in-waiting.”
“He failed to mention that the GOP also only gave half its Florida delegation status, even though it doesn't much figure into the designation of the nominee-in-waiting Sen. John McCain.”
“WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Are die-hard Hillary Clinton supporters going to "make nice" and support Barack Obama, now that Clinton's name will be placed in nomination alongside the nominee-in-waiting?”
“America, this is our moment," the 46-year-old senator and one-time community organizer said in his first appearance as the Democratic nominee-in-waiting.”
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