Even before Susana Martinez was sworn in as New Mexico’s first Hispanic female governor, there was some speculation in the national media that she could be a potential candidate on a national Republican ticket.
The whispers turned into a murmur last year, when Martinez gave a well-received speech at the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Fla. That murmur rose to a shout recently, after Martinez made campaign appearances with New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie the day before his landslide re-election in November. Suddenly, there were a slew of headlines speculating about a Christie/Martinez ticket in 2016.
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