George H W Bush And Romney
December 23, 2011 by staff
George H W Bush And Romney, Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney Thursday sought to tighten his grip on the front-runner status he enjoys here, trying to close the deal with voters in a state where his rivals have failed to present a formidable challenge to New England’s favored son.
The second day of Romney’s “Earn-it” bus tour across New Hampshire, in which a cadre of local officials flanked him, was as much about attacking President Obama as presenting a softer side of Romney to voters who have been left cold by his candidacy despite all the time he’s spent in the Granite State.
Romney pontificated on comedian Jerry Seinfeld, his love of chocolate milk and consoled a father who lost his son to a drug overdose in a busy day of campaigning in which he picked up another local newspaper endorsement and the support of former President George H.W. Bush.
With unmatched organizational muscle, Romney sought to persuade voters that he hasn’t taken them for granted despite a sizable lead in a state where anything short of victory would cripple his campaign. The former Massachusetts governor who made his first presidential run in 2008 is a known commodity among New Hampshire voters and retains the approval of a sizable — if static — swath of conservatives.
Romney displayed the confidence of a front-runner, telling voters he won’t be the candidate who promises the “most free stuff.”
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