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All Points: Who will be veep?

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks in Las Vegas. Trump has forced out his hard-charging campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski, in a dramatic shakeup designed to calm panicked Republican leaders and reverse one of the most tumultuous stretches of Trump's unconventional White House bid.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks in Las Vegas. Trump has forced out his hard-charging campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski, in a dramatic shakeup designed to calm panicked Republican leaders and reverse one of the most tumultuous stretches of Trump's unconventional White House bid. AP

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are virtually locked in as the Republican and Democratic nominees in November’s presidential election, with little likelihood of change at party conventions next month.

Still in question is whom those two nominees will pick as their vice presidential running mates. There are rumors about potential picks in both parties.

But with Trump and Clinton both having grown to be almost larger-than-life personalities, perhaps the bigger question is whether the running mates will really matter come November. What do you think?

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