It's true that Mitt Romney trails President Obama in most key battleground states, but the margins are in single digits
September 24, 2012 The race for the White House is not over. But with 6 weeks to go, Mitt Romney still trails in key battleground states he must win if he is to defeat President Obama.
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September 19, 2012 Mitt Romney's mother, Lenore, once cited her husband's childhood on welfare as a reason Michigan voters should trust the car company executive to be their governor. It's worth taking a look at now that her presidential candidate son has gotten into trouble with his "47 percent" remark.
April 2, 2012 Mitt Romney's son Tagg responded to the episode today in a pair of Tweets. In the first, he said, "Seriously, lib media mocking my dead grandpa?" And in the second, "George Romney was as good a man I've ever known. Inspirational leader, worked for civil rights, promoted freedom. We need more like him."
Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum addresses supporters at a campaign rally in Fond du Lac, Wis., on Sunday.
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March 26, 2012 Rick Santorum's victory in Louisiana delays, once again, the prospect of the GOP uniting behind Mitt Romney as its nominee. History shows that a long protracted battle for the nomination may not necessarily hurt the party's chances in November.
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George Romney, center, with his wife, Lenore, and teenage son Mitt, in 1962.
January 27, 2012 The answer: George Romney's parents were U.S. citizens, so at birth he also became a natural-born U.S. citizen. His son, Mitt Romney, brought up George Romney's birth during Thursday's Republican presidential debate to rebut the charge that he's "anti-immigrant."
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