The Making of Mitt Romney
The Boston Globe
“Work days” during the 2002 campaign were supposed to show Mitt Romney as a regular guy, working before the cameras at various job sites, including this South Boston service station in September. But when Romney started to plunge in the polls, campaign advisers believed the staged events made the candidate seem plastic.
“Work days” during the 2002 campaign were supposed to show Mitt Romney as a regular guy, working before the cameras at various job sites, including this South Boston service station in September. But when Romney started to plunge in the polls, campaign advisers believed the staged events made the candidate seem plastic.
(Globe Staff Photo / David L. Ryan)