Romney's Primary Push

When Mitt Romney launched his campaign, the strategy was to win early and often in his quest for the Republican nomination. That approach faces a critical test tomorrow in the New Hampshire Primary.

After coming second in the Iowa caucuses, the former Massachusetts governor is bombarding the airwaves and has seven face-to-face events today.

But he's up against significant challenges in the Primary: Senator John McCain is either slightly ahead in the latest polls, or statistically even with Romney. Meanwhile, many voters are still wavering.

Joining WBUR's Bob Oakes to talk about the stakes for Romney and his strategy is WBUR's Martha Bebinger.

This program aired on January 7, 2008. The audio for this program is not available.

Headshot of Martha Bebinger

Martha Bebinger Reporter
Martha Bebinger covers health care and other general assignments for WBUR.



More from WBUR

Listen Live