Rom­ney pushes jobs; San­to­rum lobs at­tacks

The Washington Times Daily - - Front Page - BY SETH MCLAUGH­LIN

COLUM­BUS, OHIO | Mitt Rom­ney and Rick San­to­rum wrapped up their final full day of cam­paign­ing here be­fore Tues­day’s piv­otal Re­pub­li­can pres­i­den­tial pri­mary here, de­liv­er­ing their re­spec­tive clos­ing ar­gu­ments as Mr. San­to­rum’s stock dipped in the polls and Mr. Rom­ney brushed off new ques­tions about his sup­port for a fed­eral health care man­date. The for­mer Mas­sachusetts gov­er­nor kicked off his day at a steel man­u­fac­turer in Can­ton, where he ar­gued that Repub­li­cans should be fo­cused on strength­en­ing the econ­omy. His 25 years of ex­pe­ri­ence in the busi­ness world, he said, give him the tools needed to tackle


PRESS­ING THE FLESH: Mitt Rom­ney greets sup­port­ers at Tay­lorWin­field Tech­nolo­gies in Youngstown, Ohio. The GOP pres­i­den­tial can­di­date pushed his theme of more jobs and smaller gov­ern­ment.

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