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PostPosted: Mon Nov 24, 2014 10:51 pm    Post subject:  Reply with quote

Mitt Romney leads GOP field in New Hampshire by 19 points: poll
Former Massachusetts governor also has best chance against Hillary Clinton


Mitt Romney has said repeatedly he has no interest in running for president in 2016. But if a new poll of likely Republican primary voters in New Hampshire is any indication, he may want to reconsider.

According to the results of a Bloomberg Politics/Saint Anselm survey released Monday, Romney leads all other possible GOP contenders by nearly 20 points. The 2012 GOP nominee would get 30 percent of the vote in the key battleground state, the poll found. Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul is second, at 11 percent, while New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie sits in third at 9 percent and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush fourth at 8 percent. Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan, Romney's running mate in 2016, is tied for sixth with just 5 percent of the vote — or roughly the margin of error (+/- 4.9 percent) of the poll.

The results indicate the former Massachusetts governor still has strong name recognition among Granite State voters. Romney, who won the 2012 New Hampshire primary, went on to win the GOP nomination, losing to President Barack Obama in the general election.

"I'm not running," Romney told Bloomberg Politics last month. "I'm not planning on running, and I got nothing new on that story."

When Romney is removed from the potential list of GOP candidates, Paul and Christie share the lead at 16 percent, with Bush in third (14 percent) and Dr. Ben Carson, a retired Detroit neurosurgeon, in fourth at 9 percent.

“Some of that is Rand Paul and a lot of it is Ron Paul,” Tom Rath, former New Hampshire attorney general, said in a release accompanying the poll results. Rand Paul's father, Ron Paul, finished second in the 2012 New Hampshire primary.

“He inherits a substantial block of voters from his father," Rath said.

While Christie sits with Paul atop a Romney-less field in New Hampshire, the New Jersey governor's brash style of politics could be why he's not alone.

“It's that aspect of the persona that has given people some pause,” Rath said. “It's an issue you hear come up with people.”

On the Democratic side, Hillary Clinton leads all potential candidates a wide margin. Clinton, at 62 percent, has a 46-point edge on Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who received just 16 percent of the vote. Vermont Independent Sen. Bernie Sanders — who says he's considering a run for the White House as a Democrat — is third at 6 percent, with Vice President Joe Biden (5 percent) in fourth.

Polling New Hampshire voters for a hypothetical general election, Clinton also leads all potential Republican candidates among New Hampshire voters. But Romney would have the best chance against Clinton, trailing the former secretary of state by just one percentage point (45 percent to Clinton's 46 percent).
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Romney tells donors he is mulling 2016 White House run

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Mitt Romney, the Republican U.S. presidential nominee in 2012, told a meeting of donors on Friday that he is considering another White House run in 2016, a source familiar with the comments said.

The former Massachusetts governor told a small group of donors in New York that he was thinking about running and to "tell your friends" he was considering it, the source said.

The Wall Street Journal, which first reported the comments, said Romney did not give a timetable for making a decision about whether to launch what would be his third presidential campaign.

Romney failed to win the nomination in 2008 then lost the general election to President Barack Obama in 2012.

Romney's statement comes as some of the party's top donors begin to line up behind former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, who said in December he would actively explore a presidential run. If Romney entered the race, he would be competing with Bush for many of the party's most established major donors.

Romney has equivocated about another presidential campaign in his public comments, going from absolutely ruling it out after his 2012 loss to sending more mixed signals recently. The comments in New York appear to be his most open admission that he is seriously considering it.

The Journal said one of the attendees at the meeting asked Romney if he wanted to be president, and he said "yes, of course."

Romney's entrance in the race would dramatically reshape what promises to be a crowded and competitive field. Polls show him at or near the top of the Republican race along with Bush.

Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee left his Fox News show over the weekend to ponder a bid. Senators Rand Paul of Kentucky, Ted Cruz of Texas and Marco Rubio of Florida, along with Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and Ohio Governor John Kasich, are other possible candidates.

There remains great skepticism among key Republican Party figures that Romney, 67, will actually run, however. "I just think a lot of the money has already drifted away to other candidates," a former Romney adviser said.

Many Romney donors said after Bush's announcement that Romney would be less likely to launch a campaign now, since he and Bush would compete for the same support.
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 10, 2015 5:53 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

This lame horse has run twice before - and LOST.
His GOP horse only has 2 legs.
Of course - Obama was born in Kenya and didnt even qualify - IN ANY WAY - for whitehouse.

Mitt Romney's wh runs


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