“Your primary vote helped me win the nomination,” Romney reminded the New Hampshire crowd. “Tomorrow your vote will help me become the next president of the United States.”
The crowd ate it up. Truly it was an enthusiastic political rally. But wandering around before the event kicked off, it took only the slightest question about what Romney could have done differently to get an earful. With no hesitation at all, the Romney voters here reeled off the mistakes their candidate had made.
“I think he’s run a horrible campaign,” Andy Nimmo, a small business owner from Bedford told TPM. Nimmo thinks Romney will win, and handily. But said Romney should have fired his campaign staff long ago.
“To me, when you look at him on TV, it sounds like rhetoric, it sounds plastic, it sounds like he’s being handled,” he said. “You don’t really get the feeling that it’s coming from his heart, but I know him and I know that it is.”
Nimmo complained that Romney’s style on the trail meant that voters didn’t see the real Mitt.
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