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Matt K. Lewis

Matt K. Lewis: Why voters don't care about Mitt Romney's move to the center

The Republican nominee has outraged liberals by re-embracing his "Moderate Mitt" persona. But most of the country is shrugging it off

 
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Mitt Romney campaigns in Pensacola, Fla., on Oct. 27: During the Republican primary, Romney had some harsh words for FEMA.

Hurricane Sandy: Will Mitt Romney regret suggesting that he'd shut down FEMA?

Liberals are quick to remind voters that during the conservative Republican primary season, Romney was quite open to yanking federal aid for disaster relief

 
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In 2008 Mitt Romney checked out the Chrysler Eco-Voyager car: This election cycle, Romney has repeatedly tried to hit President Obama hard with often misleading claims about the auto industry.

Mitt Romney vs. Chrysler: Is he lying about Jeep shipping jobs to China?

The GOP candidate is out with a new ad in Ohio that many are describing as wildly misleading

 
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Mitt Romney thanks former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty for his endorsement on Sept. 12, 2011: The reliably blue North Star State may be turning purple this year.

Could Mitt Romney win Minnesota?

A major poll shows the GOP candidate pulling close to Obama in the state where Democrats have their longest presidential winning streak

 
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Mitt Romney at an Iowa lectern outfitted with his new motto on Oct. 26.

Can Mitt Romney become the candidate of change?

Taking a page from President Obama's 2008 playbook, the GOP candidate promises "big change" if he's elected

 
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Colin Powell at an event marking the 20th anniversary of the Persian Gulf War in 2011: The former Secretary of State officially backed President Obama on Oct. 25.

John Sununu's explosive claim that Colin Powell endorsed Obama because he's black: The fallout

One of Mitt Romney's top surrogates quickly backtracks, but will his suggestion that race, not policies, drove Powell's decision prove costly?

 
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If Mitt Romney stays on his moderate track, he could seal the deal come Election Day.

The final push: What Mitt Romney needs to do before Election Day

Voters head to the polls in less than two weeks. Here, a guide to Romney's endgame

 
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Mitt Romney campaigns with Richard Mourdock in August: Romney says he doesn't share the Indiana Senate candidate's views on abortion.

Why Mitt Romney is standing by Richard Mourdock

Romney isn't disowning the newest Republican with a damaging abortion-rape soundbite for several reasons — including that it's too late in the game

 
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Mitt Romney and Indiana Senate candidate Richard Mourdock (R-Ind.) greet supporters at a campaign event on Aug. 4.

Richard Mourdock's rape comment: Will it hurt Mitt Romney?

Romney cuts a direct-to-camera TV ad for Mourdock, and days later the GOP Senate hopeful says that when rape victims get pregnant, it's part of God's plan

 
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Mitt Romney greets supporters as he takes the stage for a campaign event at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre on Oct. 23 in Golden, Colo.

Mitt Romney's momentum: An illusion conjured by his campaign?

Some liberals are aghast at how the media seems to be accepting Team Romney's assertion that it's winning the election

 
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Great minds think alike? Mitt Romney and President Obama seemed to agree on an awful lot of foreign policy issues in their final debate.

Mitt Romney's surprisingly calm debate performance: Brilliant or boneheaded?

The GOP nominee politely echoes Obama on Syria, Israel, and Iran — and may have come off looking presidential as a result

 
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The final presidential debate won't give Mitt Romney much chance to attack President Obama on economic issues.

The foreign policy debate: Is Mitt Romney at a disadvantage?

The business-savvy GOP nominee has relentlessly hammered Obama on the economy, but must now shift gears to an area in which he has little-to-no experience

 
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Mitt Romney has suddenly gone quiet on his Benghazi attacks against President Obama.

Why has Mitt Romney stopped attacking Obama on Libya?

Team Romney initially vowed to hit back hard after Mitt botched his Benghazi attack in the last debate. But since then, crickets

 
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Caught on tape: Mitt Romney suggests small business owners ought to try and influence their subordinates' voting habits.

Mitt Romney's latest audio leak: Should employers really tell workers how to vote?

The GOP nominee urges business owners to tell their workers which candidate to support for president. Is that just free speech, or intimidation?

 
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Mitt Romney is applauded by sons Josh (center) and Tagg (left) on Oct. 4: Tagg, the eldest Romney son, was not pleased with President Obama's aggression in the Oct. 16 debate.

Tagg Romney wants to 'take a swing' at Obama: Over the line?

Apparently, Mitt's son really doesn't like it when his father's assertions are challenged

 
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It has been Mitt Romney's goal this campaign to convince voters that President Obama is bad for the economy, and Tuesday night he might have done just that.

The presidential debate: Did Mitt Romney win the argument over the economy?

The Romney campaign says its candidate outperformed President Obama on the No. 1 issue for voters

 
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