Politics

Romney would hit ‘reset button’ for fall election, aide says

Mitt Romney’s campaign said on Wednesday that the former Massachusetts governor would hit a “reset button” for the general election, a strategy his opponents claim shows a lack of conviction.

Appearing on CNN’s “Starting Point,” Romney senior advisor Eric Fehrnstrom said his candidate is the inevitable Republican nominee, and that a campaign against President Obama would be different from the ongoing contest against Rick Santorum and Newt Gingrich.

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