On several fronts drama is brewing for next week's Republican National Convention in Tampa.
In February the talk centered on the distinct possibility of a brokered convention, with no candidate having reached the required number of delegates. Such a scenario would throw the convention into high drama with no guarantee as to who would emerge the winner.
Such a scenario fizzled, however, when Mitt Romney surpassed the minimum number of delegates needed to clinch the nomination. Newt Gingrich and Ron Paul suspended their campaigns.
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