Number 1 Republican Talking Point: Say You Think Romney Can Win

May 2012
Moderate Voice;5/24/2012, p10
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The article reports on the article by Jonathan Martin which provides comments from Republicans the presidential election in the U.S. will be won by Mitt Romney. It says that the Republicans have tackled the poll numbers within the margin of error and the fund-raising advantage by campaign of U.S. President Barack Obama. Moreover, the evidence of the discipline campaign ran by Romney is also cited by the Republicans.


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