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Romney cites record on positive changes

Switches pitch in final run to Iowa caucuses

Mitt Romney arrives with his wife, Ann, to campaign in Sioux Center yesterday as part of a five-day bus tour across Iowa. Mitt Romney arrives with his wife, Ann, to campaign in Sioux Center yesterday as part of a five-day bus tour across Iowa. (John Gress/Reuters)
By Michael Levenson
Globe Staff / December 29, 2007

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ROCK RAPIDS, Iowa - Mitt Romney, debuting a new pitch to Iowa voters in the final sprint to Thursday's caucuses, cast himself yesterday as the King Midas of change in the business world, the 2002 Winter Olympics, and the governor's office in Massachusetts. (Full article: 459 words)

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