Barring a Huge Event: the GOP Nominee Will Be Romney

January 2012
Moderate Voice;1/16/2012, p2
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The article presents the author's insights on the reasons why former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney will become the Republican presidential nominee. It states that public polls show that Romney is the leading candidate, the party's best presidential candidate, and that candidate gaining the support of Republican infomachines. It also mentions that Romney is a tougher candidate against President Barack Obama.


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