How can Mitt Romney connect well with GOP voters?

How can Mitt Romney connect well with GOP voters?

New York City : NY : USA | Feb 18, 2012 at 12:43 PM PST
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Once considered to be one of the potential and strongest GOP candidates for the upcoming presidential election Mitt Romney is now facing multiple hiccups in his campaign. He is fast losing his charm and electorates are turning away from him. The former governor of Massachusetts appears to be losing his skills of convincing the Republican electorates through strong presentations on different issues and challenges haunting them. The battle to win nomination of the GOP in primary is getting tougher for Romney with every passing day.

Observers opine that Mitt Romney is himself a problem and appears confused on certain issues that need to be highlighted during his speeches in different states of the country. After every week, a new alternate to Mitt Romney appears in the GOP thus adding problems to him. They say that Romney kept all his focus on rivals in his speeches to electorates while he failed to give a policy statement on certain issues people were expecting from him. Indeed, the charismatic Romney has enough potential to win the primary but he needs to address certain issues at the earliest.

Donors and supporters of the GOP presidential hopeful are also worried and some of them even thinking to drop campaign of Mitt Romney. For them, Romney has failed to convince the electorates. President of the United States is considered to be an impeccable man who holds knowledge on each and every subject. The US president should be a person who is charismatic and have got the abilities to lead his nation even in the critical times.

What does Mitt Romney lack in his campaign? Why has he failed to convince his electorates? He lacks persuasion in his speeches and crispy presentations. Observers say he has failed to delineate why he should be elected as president of the US. Also, Mitt Romney has failed to give policies on education, health, ever-deteriorating economy, jobs and inflation. The presidential hopeful is considered to be a liberal candidate but now people have started doubting his passion after his certain statements on some specific issues.

But it still remains the fact that Mitt Romney has fast emerged as one of the potential candidates of the GOP for the upcoming elections. Despite all his shortcomings, he has also got some positive points which actually give him and his electorates’ strength. He is well articulate and can express his policies easily. The aggressive style of Mitt Romney to deliver his speeches and debate on different issues is widely applauded in the US. Some electorates, however, now started deeming aggressive style of Romney just rhetoric but it is not like that.

What Mitt Romney is needed to do at this stage? He should emphasize more on issues haunting the public and give policies on them. He must tell people why he should be elected as president. He must made people to believe his point of view but it can only be done if he appears before people well-prepared on different issues including from economy to health and education.

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StephenManual is based in New York City, New York, United States of America, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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