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September 21, 2012


Romney Faces Daunting Path

Mitt Romney's "path to victory is narrowing, new polling data suggest, presenting challenges for the Republican nominee at a moment when he is trying to rebound from a week of bad headlines by refocusing on federal spending," the Wall Street Journal reports.

New York Times: "The state-by-state landscape facing Mr. Romney is more daunting than he expected by this stage in the contest. He anticipated, aides said, to be in a position of strength in at least some of the states that turned Democratic in 2008 for the first time in a generation, but few of them show signs of breaking decisively his way, and Mr. Obama still has more and clearer paths to 270 electoral votes."

Reuters: "To have any hope of beating Obama, Romney must project a warmer image, analysts say."












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