Paul Vies To Extend Romney Losing Streak

February 11, 2012 by staff 

Paul Vies To Extend Romney Losing Streak, Mitt Romney hoped to reinvigorate his presidential prospects with a victory in Maine’s GOP caucuses Saturday while Ron Paul reached for his first triumph in what shaped up as a two-man race because neither Newt Gingrich nor Rick Santorum actively competed in the state.
Ron Paul speaks in a crowded gymnasium Saturday at Geiger Elementary School in Lewiston, Maine.

This contest received far less attention than others on the calendar so far, but emerged as a crucial opportunity for Romney, the early front-runner now trying to stabilize his campaign after an embarrassing rout Tuesday in Colorado, Minnesota and Missouri. Santorum won all three, further exposing the problems Romney faces in uniting conservatives behind his bid to challenge President Obama.

“I want to ask for your help today,” the former Massachusetts governor told Portland caucus-goers in a packed school auditorium. “If I get your vote, it’ll help me become our nominee. If I become our nominee, I’m going to beat this guy and bring America back.”

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