The “Real Mitt Romney”

Reuters
Reuters

In interview with National Review’s Robert Costa, frontrunner says CPAC speech meant to reintroduce “the real Mitt Romney, not the one being fabricated by [his] opponents.”

Romney: “I wanted to reacquaint people with what they remember from four years ago.”

Messaging over the next few weeks to build upon CPAC argument:
— “go through the list” of conservative governing record in Massachusetts
— stress his views on illegal immigration, traditional marriage, abortion and contraception
— distinguish himself from the other candidates as a Washington outsider

Related Topics: Mitt Romney, National Review, Robert Costa, 2012 Elections, News, Republican Party, The Page

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