When suddenly American voters stop listening to other GOP presidential candidates except: A commentary
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Understandings and appreciations on campaign platforms of presidential candidates have varying degrees of appeal on the American voters. This is dependent on the extent of awareness and knowledge of the voters on each of the candidates. More exposures of the candidates to voters, the more they become popular to them. Definitely, less popularity of the candidates means less likelihood that voters will vote for them.
The prevalence of Mitt Romney since the party primaries and caucuses stated have given enough hints who the American voters will vote for as Republican presidential candidate. For sure, President Barack Obama will face in the polling both whoever will be the bet to beat from the Republican side of the fence.
The GOP campaign to get the presidential nominee still has a long way to the finish line however, American voters may suddenly stop listening for they already have fixed in their minds the nominee. Apparently, it will be Romney. Nomination of Romney may stop them to listen to, and Rick Santorum.
However, they must continue to listen to both President Obama and GOP contender Romney. American voters suddenly do not stop listening to the candidates. Listening carefully to what each says must prelude decisive voting come November 06, 2012.