OXON HILL, Md. (AP) - America's conservatives are searching for Mr. or Mrs. Right.
And there's no shortage of hopefuls. Officeholders and other Republicans are jockeying to fill a leadership void this week as talk of the party's future dominates hallway discussion at a conservative summit.
Activists gathered at the Conservative Political Action Conference say they want a leader brash enough to protect conservative orthodoxy and open-minded enough to help the Republican Party change its image: white, old, and male.
After a second straight presidential loss, the party is trying to find a way forward.
But there are divisions even among the activists at the conservative conference - just as with Republicans across the nation. Some worry that the party may become too inclusive in the name of winning elections.