A senior adviser to Mitt Romney says the presumptive Republican nominee has not yet decided whom he'll pick as his vice presidential running mate.
"No decision's been made on VP," Romney adviser Eric Fehrnstrom told reporters in Baton Rouge, La., where Romney attended a fundraiser Monday afternoon.
His comment comes after a New York Times report suggested Romney had settled on his pick for VP and could announce his running mate at any moment.
Asked if Romney's VP decision could come this week, Fehrnstrom told the AP's Sean Peoples, "Technically it could, but the governor hasn't made a decision. It will only happen after he makes a decision."
Romney is campaigning today with Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, who has been frequently mentioned as a possible running mate, but Fehrnstrom said the two did not discuss the VP search.
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