American Conservative Union Chairman Al Cardenas says that there might be room for another candidate to enter GOP primary race after super Tuesday.
Cardenas says, “March 6 is Super Tuesday, and if we still have a fragmented electorate and an undecided process, that means this thing will last quite a while. It will mean no one has the 1,144 delegates to win the nomination. If they don't, then you're dealing. And if you’re dealing you will come up with a combination of two of the four in the race or an outsider like Jeb Bush get in the race. Mitt Romney is hoping that he can get this thing done March 6th. I don't think anyone else has the resources that could accomplish that. But if he doesn't and continues to be wide open race, things may get complicated.”
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