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Campaign 2012: A Tale of Two Counties

Grant75 Wrote: Sep 29, 2012 9:12 PM
Pardon me. “The first warning flags that Mitt Romney may not be the strongest general election candidate” was the first every time he debated Newt Gingrich.

The first warning flags that Mitt Romney may not be the strong general election candidate the Republican Party establishment sold him as were spotted on March 6th, otherwise known as Super Tuesday.

Though numerous states held contests that day, it was Ohio that was considered the big prize. Rick Santorum had almost defeated Romney in Michigan, one of his home states (it was so close they essentially split the delegates). With Santorum surging in Oklahoma and Tennessee, Newt Gingrich poised to win his home state of Georgia, and Virginia written off after most Republican candidates failed to qualify for...

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