- Election 2012
Romney the fixer might find different challenge
To his supporters, Mitt Romney exudes cool fire.
Obama’s go-it-alone nature has had an impact
Barack Obama hits the exit early at glitzy fundraisers with rock stars. He makes only brief small talk in a roomful of supporters or at a rope line. He rarely rewards a supporter, donor or lawmaker with a game of golf, a drink at the White House or a trip to the presidential retreat at Camp David.
A few more air miles for Romney
ABOARD THE ROMNEY PLANE — In the waning days of the 2012 campaign, there is a renewed energy to Mitt Romney’s rallies: a crackling sense of excitement, chants of “Three! More! Days!” and genuine optimism that the Republican candidate could actually defeat President Barack Obama on Tuesday.
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