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Geoff Garin

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Geoff Garin (born 1953) is an American pollster, known as being the chief strategist for Senator Hillary Clinton's 2008 Presidential campaign. He is president of Peter D. Hart Research Associates and has appeared on the news programs of every major network, as well as serving as on-air analyst for CBS Radio's coverage of the national election returns for every election cycle since 1990. Garin is... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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