Quiz: Play Two Truths and a Lie With Romney’s VP Contenders

You’re at a slumber party with everyone on Mitt’s shortlist when suddenly…

Have you ever imagined being at a slumber party with all the people on Mitt Romney’s vice-presidential shortlist, and playing Two Truths and a Lie with them?

Well, we did. See how well you fare with this quiz: try and pick out the lie from the three options below for each candidate.

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