California gay rights activist Fred Karger won a straw poll of potential presidential candidates at St. Anselm College Thursday night.
Karger, who was the only potential candidate to address the group, has made college campuses a central part of his budding campaign so far.
Karger received 79 votes out of 322 ballots cast for 16 candidates. Finishing a close second with 74 votes was former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney. From there the drop off to third place was significant. New York businessman Donald Trump received 26 votes.
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