Former Va. Gov Jim Gilmore (R) is suspending his presidential campaign, according to reports.
“My campaign was intended to offer the gubernatorial experience, with the track record of a true conservative, experienced in national security, to unite the party,” Gilmore said in a statement, first reported by the Washington Examiner.
“My goal was to focus on the importance of this election as a real turning point, and to emphasize the dangers of continuing on a road that will further undermine America’s economy and weaken our national security,” he added.
Gilmore vowed to help elect a Republican to succeed President Obama.
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SOURCE: The Hill, Harper Neidig