Romney to select VP before Republican convention

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In fact, during a town hall event in Colorado earlier this week, a supporter asked Romney if he'd be making his choice "before or after" the convention.

"Yes," Romney quipped, drawing laughs from the crowd.

But Romney provided little insight beyond that, telling supporters at the Colorado event he couldn't provide more of a timeline on his vice presidential selection.

Instead, the Republican hopeful simply pledged that "the person I choose you will look at and say 'that person could be president if necessary.'" But who that person could be remains the subject of intense speculation.

Among the possibilities: Sen. Marco RubioMarco RubioRubio apologized to Trump for 'small hands' crack Sunday shows preview: Bernie soldiers on Fla. Senate candidate bashes Rubio MORE (R-Fla.), who Romney himself confirmed was under consideration, and Sen. Rob PortmanRob PortmanJuan Williams: Electoral map looks grim for Trump McConnell touts 'Senate squad' in Wes Anderson-style video Liberal super-PAC hits Johnson for supporting Trump MORE (R-Ohio), who told ABC News earlier this week that he had met multiple times with Romney's vetting team.


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