Massachusetts ex-Governor Mitt Romney Is Running For President Again

Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney announced that he will run again for the US. President, after the election in 2008, withdrew his candidacy in favor of John McCain.

He stated this on Thursday during a speech to supporters in New Hampshire saying “Barack Obama summed up America” since he could not cope with unemployment in the country and cut budgetary spending.

Survey states that, Wall Street Journal / NBC News, conducted earlier this year, Romney is currently considered to be the main rival of Obama.

“My job will be to see that America is number one in job creation,”- said Romney.

Romney was governor of Massachusetts in 2003-2007. In 2002 he headed the organizing committee of the Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City. In 2008 was one of the contenders in the U.S. presidential candidates from the Republican Party, but later withdrew his candidacy and endorsed Obama’s main rival, Senator John McCain.

Earlier, on his participation in the U.S. presidential election he was declared the former director of Godfather Pizza Herman Cain and former governor of Minnesota.





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