Picking a running mate is a big moment for a presidential nominee. But do the risks outweigh the rewards? Research shows that who you pick might not matter as much as how you handle the process. In the end, the biggest impact a running mate has may actually be on how the choice reflects on the presidential candidate. Daniel Bush of the PBS NewsHour explains.
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