Democracy Now: Romney Campaign Co-Chair Resigns to Lobby for Wall Street


Romney’s national campaign co-chair Tim Pawlenty is resigning from the campaign to lobby for Wall Street. The former Minnesota governor will head the Financial Services Roundtable, which represents JP Morgan Chase, Wells Fargo and other financial firms. Before working for Romney’s campaign, Pawlenty was considered a potential candidate for president and later as a possible vice presidential pick.

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~ by wheresthemic on September 21, 2012.

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