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Mitt Romney: “My Dad Would Tell Me To Be Bold”

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Exclusive: Paul Ryan on Hannity

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Fox News’ Carl Cameron Speaks one on one With VP Candidate Paul Ryan

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Romney’s Interview With Greta While Visiting Israel -Part 2

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Romney’s Interview With Greta While Visiting Israel -Part 1

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Mediocre Economy…Should We Settle?

My Case for Mitt Romney Alecia T. Williams The Commerce Department released the first quarterly report on the gross domestic product (GDP)–the total output / value of good and services produced in the United States.  Unfortunately, the news is not great.  For the first quarter of 2012, the GDP fell to 2.2 percent.  It was [...]

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Romney in Dead Heat With Obama in Fox News Poll, Leading in Others

Fox News 2012 Presidential Poll Barack Obama 46% {44%} (46%) [47%] {46%} (44%) [42%] {45%} (47%) [48%] {48%}  Mitt Romney 46% {46%} (42%) [42%] {45%} {42%} [44%] {42%} (41%) [41%] {41%} Among Men Mitt Romney 49% {52%} [47%] Barack Obama 45% {38%} [42%] Among Women Barack Obama 47% {49%} [50%] Mitt Romney 42% {41%} [38%] Which of [...]

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Is This Election “Likability” vs. “Qualifications?”

My Case for Mitt Romney Alecia T. Williams Last week several polls continued to reflect a likability gap between President Obama and Mitt Romney–a 26-point spread in some polls.     The left is seizing on the President’s “empathetic / buddy image” and in contrast are relentlessly trying to portray Mitt Romney as a wealthy [...]

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Exlcusive: Diane Sawyer’s Interview With Mitt and Ann Romney

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Romney is Now Leading President Obama 48% to 43%

Rasmussen 2012 Daily Presidential Tracking Poll Mitt Romney 48% Barack Obama 43% Survey of 1,500 likely voters was conducted April 11-13, 2012. The margin of error is +/- 3 percentage points. Daily tracking results are collected via telephone surveys of 500 likely voters per night and reported on a three-day rolling average basis. To reach [...]

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