Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney is in a tight race in New Hampshire. At one point, the state looked like a sure win for the republican presidential contender. Now some of his aides are saying that, while they think they still can take gold there, they may have to live with silver.
Tom Rath is a Senior Advisor to the Romney campaign and a former New Hampshire Attorney General. He was at a campaign event in Nashua yesterday when WBUR's Bob Oakes asked him, if Romney doesn't take New Hampshire, where can he win...and more importantly, where does he have to win?
This program aired on January 7, 2008. The audio for this program is not available.