Kellie Rose Ferguson

Executive Director, Republican Majority for Choice

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Executive Director of the Republican Majority for Choice, a group of moderate Republicans favoring abortion rights for women

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Opening day is a shadow of what the Republicans planned for their  National Convention  in St. Paul, Minnesota.  George Bush and Dick Cheney  won't be coming as scheduled.

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