Julie Biggs

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Attorney and delegate to the 2012 Republican National Convention from Redlands, representing what will be the 31st Congressional District in the Inland Empire

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Conventions don't really nominate presidential candidates any more; that happens in state primaries and caucuses. Many people believe all that goes on is the TV show.

Delegates to the Republican and Democratic Conventions

Conventions don't really nominate presidential candidates any more; that happens in state primaries and caucuses. Many people believe all that goes on is the TV show.

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