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House Republican Whip Roy Blunt took a few minutes today to talk about the presidential race and why he has yet to endorse a canddiate. KSMU's Missy Shelton reports.
House Republican Whip Roy Blunt was in Springfield today to talk about federal funding for technology used by law enforcement. He took a few moments to talk about today's presidential primary with KSMU.
He says he has not endorsed a candidate for president.
Congressman Blunt was an early supporter of George W. Bush in 2000. He explains why he decided NOT to get involved in the presidential race early this time.
Blunt's son Governor Matt Blunt has endorsed former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney for president.