The Making of Mitt Romney
The Boston Globe
In his campaign for governor, Romney, shown here with the president of Exergen Corp., a Watertown manufacturer, made economic development and job growth one of his top priorities. But he inherited a dismal economy and jobs were up slightly after his four-year term. Critics say he spent too much time poking fun of the Bay State on political trips and not enough time selling Massachusetts to CEOs.
In his campaign for governor, Romney, shown here with the president of Exergen Corp., a Watertown manufacturer, made economic development and job growth one of his top priorities. But he inherited a dismal economy and jobs were up slightly after his four-year term. Critics say he spent too much time poking fun of the Bay State on political trips and not enough time selling Massachusetts to CEOs.
(Globe Staff Photo / Joanne Rathe)