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- Michael Levi director of the Strategic Security Project at the Federation of American Scientists
- Martin O'Malley of Baltimore, Maryland
- Elisa Harris senior research scholar at the Center for International and Security Studies at the University of Maryland School of Public Affairs, and former National Security Council staff member in the Clinton administration
- Gov. Pat McCrory Charlotte, NC
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