Romney to get personal at convention
Connecting with voters in a seemingly personal way has always been one of his big challenges. Doing it in a setting like a convention is a challenge, if you don’t have that gift. It’ll be interesting to see if he pulls it off. If he does, it could be a game changer. Plenty of people are still on the fence. That usually means they’re looking for something to guide on.
This below via News From AP | TBO.com.
Mitt Romney is about to get personal.
The GOP’s presidential nominee-to-be wants to use his four-day party next week in Florida to play up his life story following a summer filled with a barrage of TV ads – courtesy of President Barack Obama and his allies – that cast him as a ruthless and out-of-touch businessman.
He’ll surround himself with his five sons, five daughters-in-law and 15 of his 18 grandchildren. Romney’s wife, Ann, will play her biggest role yet. A parade of athletes Romney met as an Olympic organizer, such as hockey legend Mike Eruzione, will be on hand. So will doting parishioners he helped as a lay pastor in the Mormon Church in Boston.