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Women losing coverage under Obamacare, too
Topic - George Romney
MILFORD, Conn. (AP) — Automotive writer Patrick R. Foster always had a soft spot in his heart for the so-called orphans of the road — car brands that are no longer produced like Packard, Duesenberg and Studebaker.
Republican Mitt Romney is faltering with white working-class voters crucial to his party's drive to capture the White House, even as he tries to fend off a rising GOP challenger, Rick Santorum, who wields strong blue-collar appeal.
Michigan native son Mitt Romney is mounting a giant effort to win back some love in the state of his birth, amid fresh signs he will have trouble winning the Feb. 28 primary or a general election matchup for the state's 16 electoral votes this fall against President Obama.
he announced that he was quitting to run for governor of Michigan.