The Making of Mitt Romney
The Boston Globe
The Democratic Party unsuccessfully challenged Mitt Romney's right to run for governor, contending his three-year residence in Utah disqualified him from running in Massachusetts. At a June 2002 hearing before the state Ballot Law Commission, Romney was questioned by the Democrats' lawyer, Joseph Steinfield (left) while his own lawyer, John Montgomery, looked on.
The Democratic Party unsuccessfully challenged Mitt Romney's right to run for governor, contending his three-year residence in Utah disqualified him from running in Massachusetts. At a June 2002 hearing before the state Ballot Law Commission, Romney was questioned by the Democrats' lawyer, Joseph Steinfield (left) while his own lawyer, John Montgomery, looked on.
(Globe Staff Photo / David L. Ryan)