Romney Confident He can still win the Presidential Election
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney said he is confident about his chances to overtake President Barack Obama in the last few days of the race. He doesn’t want to think about the Electoral College, which is the largest obstacle his campaign faced in the race.
Romney’s advisers said that the presidency is within reach. Republicans describe Romney as sounding more presidential now than at any moment during this year’s presidential campaign. He is really sure that he can win the election.
But to be the president of the United States, Romney must win in individual state races. There is a small room for error and the mathematics of the election is more overwhelming than the politics involved in it.
Romney went to Colorado, Nevada and Iowa Wednesday and appeared before thousands of supporters. He wanted to portray himself as a more credible alternative to President Obama at the debates. He won over some undecided voters after the final debate.
Romney’s aides said that cultivating the image that he is a winner is the best strategy for winning the presidential election. Romney said that he is optimistic about his chances. He is also optimistic about the future for America.
Romney’s supporters welcome the improved confidence Romney has these days. His supporters have outnumbered the crowd at most Republican rallies four years ago. But Romney’s headquarters in Boston is still guarded and try not to get caught up in the moment.
The Romney campaign knows that they still need to get 270 electoral votes to win the presidential race. They will try to make a late run at Pennsylvania but it would be one of their last resort options. Ohio is a vital state with its 18 electoral votes. This is why Romney went there Wednesday evening to start a two day visit that will take him to every part of the state.