Electoral history bears him out, as voters tend to favor governors over senators. If the trend continues, then I think we can look forward to Giuliani getting the nomination. He's qualified, and the entire nation knows his mettle as a leader under pressure. He claims he'll support conservative issues, in spite of his history; time will tell, but the alternative is Clinton/Obama socialist reforms.
I can support Giuliani as a candidate in the general election, but I'm still hoping (in vain?) for Fred to live up to expectations. Posts like this are the reason.