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Republican Governors reflect on election outcome and brainstorm future of GOP




US Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney (R) and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (C) speak with Romney's advisor Bob White (L) onboard the campaign bus in Mount Vernon, Ohio, October 10, 2012 after a town hall meeting at Ariel Corporation.
US Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney (R) and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (C) speak with Romney's advisor Bob White (L) onboard the campaign bus in Mount Vernon, Ohio, October 10, 2012 after a town hall meeting at Ariel Corporation.
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Executives of the Republican Governors Association are meeting in Las Vegas this week to discuss the election results and the future path of the party.

Attendees include Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal, New Jersey's Chris Christie, and Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell. All three have been mentioned as potential Presidential candidates in 2016.

Joining us now from Las Vegas is Reid Wilson, editor-in-chief of the National Journal Hotline.