Former PRSSA President and current Puerto Rico Governor Luis G. Fortuño was named as a potential candidate for the 2012 Republican nomination for President of the United States.
Noted Republican antitax activist Grover Norquist, President and founder of Americans for Tax Reform, named the Governor as a potential candidate on the 2012 Republican national ticket. Andrew Romano, political correspondent for Newsweek, contributed a story on Fortuño and what he represents for the GOP’s political future. Norquist is recognized as a major power player within the Republican Party who has been involved in past presidential campaigns.
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