By: Carl Wicklander
The appeal of governors to the presidency is easy to see. Like the president, a governor is an executive and a man in charge. Plus, coming from state government a governor can claim to be an outsider. It is both as a business executive and a state executive that Mitt Romney is making his case for the presidency against an incumbent who came into office through the legislature and has at times appeared muddled in his decision-making.
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