Ben Carson Wins SRLC Straw Poll
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Ben Carson won a presidential straw poll at Saturday at the Southern Republican Leadership Conference in Oklahoma City. The retired neurosurgeon beat out Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, who placed second, and Senator Ted Cruz, who placed third. Walker has yet to officially launch a campaign for the Republican presidential nomination. [Full Story]
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Ben Carson Wins SRLC Straw Poll
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Ben Carson Wins SRLC Straw Poll
Ben Carson won the straw poll Saturday, in the final day of the Southern [Full Story]
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