In a remarkably short period, Romney revamped the organization's leadership, trimmed the budget, and restored public confidence. The Salt Lake games are considered one of the most successful Olympic games ever held on U.S. soil.
When Mitt was elected Governor of Massachusetts in 2002, the state was in severe disarray, its budget was out of balance, spending was soaring, and taxes were high. The state economy was in a tailspin, with businesses cutting back on investment or even closing, and high unemployment. Mitt made hard decisions that brought state spending under control. He restructured and consolidated government programs, paring back where necessary and finding efficiencies throughout state government.
Romney cut red tape for small businesses, signed into law job-creating incentives, and fought hard to bring new businesses to the state. He eliminated a $3 billion deficit without borrowing or raising taxes. By 2007, at the end of his term, Massachusetts had accumulated a $2 billion rainy day fund.
Here are three reasons why voters should vote for Mitt Romney?
I wholeheartedly agree with Bennett. Romney’s track record is one of success. Vote for Romney/Ryan on Tuesday November 6th.