Republican Presidential candidate Mike Huckabee has vowed to fight any expansion of Internet gambling.

From the Las Vegas Sun ...

Unless they're from Nevada, federal lawmakers typically avoid the subject of gambling like the plague. Politicians of all stripes know they could lose more votes than they could gain by either promoting or fighting gambling expansion, so they pass that buck to state legislators. It's not surprising, then, that only one presidential hopeful responded to a survey sent to all the candidates by the National Coalition Against Legalized Gambling.

The conservative former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, trailing the four Republican front - runners, promised to veto legislation to expand Internet gambling and to toughen federal regulation of Indian casinos and stop the spread of tribal casinos outside of designated reservations.
Buzzy believes that Ron Paul is the only other presidential candidate who has spoken (pro or con) on the Internet gambling debate ... Paul, as a Libertarian-leaning Republican, believes that the US market should be opened.