By Bruno J. Navarro, Producer NEW YORK ( CNBC) -- Negativity in the Republican presidential primaries is part of the process and the party will have to lure back disenchanted voters, former Republican National Committee chairman Ed Gillespie said Monday. Gillespie, in an interview on "The Kudlow Report," addressed the widening gap President Obama held over Republican frontrunner Mitt Romney -- not just among all likely voters, but among women too. In a USA Today/Gallup Poll, Obama led 51% to Romney's 42% in a survey of likely voters in swing states. However, women under age 50 support the president 60% to Romney's 30%.
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