Romney seeks to be alternative to McCain

Intensifies courtship of GOP's right wing

Governor Mitt Romney addressed a Family Research Council conference in Washington, D.C., yesterday as he stepped up his courtship of the Republican Party's right wing.
By Scott Helman and Kristen Green
Globe Staff And Globe Correspondent / September 23, 2006

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WASHINGTON -- From his outspoken defense of President Bush on interrogating terrorism suspects to an appeal to Christian conservatives here yesterday, Governor Mitt Romney is increasingly trying to position himself as the leading conservative alternative to Senator John S . McCain III of Arizona in the 2008 presidential race. (Full article: 1151 words)

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