OLATHE, Kan. (AP) _ Mike Huckabee told more than 1,000 people at a rally in Olathe this morning that he still believes he can win the GOP presidential nomination.
Huckabee told reporters that it's very complicated to win an election, but the easiest way to lose is to quit.
The stop at Mid-America Nazarene was the first of four that Huckabee planned today in Kansas. He's also scheduled to stop in Wichita, Topeka and Garden City.
Huckabee made it clear that he plans to stay in the race.
He says the party does not have a nominee until one candidate has the 1,191 Republican National Convention delegates. And he noted that if Mitt Romney released his delegates, anything could happen in the race.
University officials estimated between 1,200 and 1,500 people attended the Olathe rally.
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