The Republican nominee Mitt Romney will change the dynamic of the presidential race in Wednesday’s debate with President Barack Obama as predicted by New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on NBC’s Meet the Press.
In late 2008, one of the people who reached out to the couple when Mitt Romney’s wife, Ann, diagnosed with breast cancer was newly elected President Barack Obama.
A Massachusetts health care law being cited by the Republican Mitt Romney which he backed showing his empathy then later reiterated his pledge to repeal national legislation modeled after the state’s measure as he and President Barack Obama crisscrossed Ohio yesterday.
The debate stage next week at Pennsylvania may possibly help slow President Barack Obama’s momentum ahead of this high-stakes meeting making his path to victory narrowing.
Winning in Ohio is very necessary for a Republican to win the election. That would appear to be true with Romney because his path to the White House is exceedingly narrow without Ohio ’s Electoral College votes. President Obama up by 8 percentage points in a new Washington Post poll in the Buckeye State , and while “that’s on the high end of recent margins,” says Alexander Burns at Politico, “the trend is unambiguously in the president’s favor.” It won’t be easy for Romney however even with early voting moving up the vote-casting starting gun, he can still win in Ohio . Things can turn around by the following 5 ways to solve his big “ Ohio problem:”
- The candidate and running mate Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) are on a three day bus tour of Ohio , as it turns this is one week campaign for Romney. The two who are the favorite of the conservatives have appeared together and the first time in three weeks time. The last and best chance for Romney to win.
- The Ohio voters aren’t just for him and this is the biggest obstacle for Romney. What Romney is going to do is to turn around his image over the next month.
- Romney faces a notable “ Ohio enthusiasm gap” with Obama, says Chris Cilliza at the Washington Post. You see some differences emerge, 56 percent of Obama voters are very enthusiastic, versus 46 percent for Romney. That’s not an insignificant difference when it comes to the likeliest of likely voters.. To win, Romney has to make an electorate look more like 2010 than 2008.
- The campaign’s internal poll numbers are much tighter than the public polls, putting Romney within the margin of error as what Romney strategists say. Politico’s Burns says, “Team Romney hope is that they can tighten the rest just a couple of points heading into the first debate.”
- Romney has to give up Ohio and focus on other sates like Florida , Virginia and other states that he can absolutely win.
At the Clinton Global Initiative’s annual meeting, President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney are sparring over how best to address US challenges abroad in nearly back to back addresses.
Mitt Romney’s biggest margins in battleground states as the 2012 presidential race enters its final weeks are provided in the nation’s smallest and most remote places.
On Sunday, Mitt Romney will be in Colorado to begin a critical, five day run that will likely decide the outcome of the presidential race through states.
An “intense battleground state schedule” is about to lunch by Romney, facing criticism that he’s too focused on raising campaign cash. But, he will focus exclusively this Saturday on courting donors in a state that a Republican presidential candidate has less support in almost a quartet century.
A summary of Mitt Romney effective tax for the past two decades finally release on Friday that is his 2011 tax return. For good measure, two doctor’s notes attesting the candidate and his running mate Paul Ryan to be in good physical health.