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Affluent Suburbs Swing to Debate-tested Romney

lvillegas Wrote: Oct 30, 2012 10:26 PM
It is right that he should go to the suburbs and bolster their support.It seems that reasonable and educated people pay more attention to what Romney is saying and deliberate on the issues and decide on who to vote for.But he should also try to reach out to the less affluent suburbs too as there are non college educated people that is full of common sense and refuses to drink the Obama kool aid..Mr. Romney has shattered the image of an elitist unable to connect with people that Obama is selling to the voters.Now people has seen Romney in the debates and concluded that that is not the case.It is Obama who USES poor people to further his evil socialist agenda by bribing them with more welfare checks.

Back in May, I wrote a column laying out possible scenarios for the 2012 campaign different from the conventional wisdom that it would be a long, hard slog through a fixed list of target states like the race in 2004.

I thought alternatives were possible because partisan preferences in the half dozen years before 2004 were very stable, while partisan preferences over the last half dozen years have been anything but.

Now, after Mitt Romney's big victory in the Oct. 3 debate and his solid performances in the Oct. 16 and 22 debates, there is evidence that two of...