NBC, Fox News, and the Associated Press all projected Mitt Romney as the winner of the Republican primary in Michigan, reviving his presidential bid after second-place finishes in Iowa and New Hampshire.
John McCain was projected to finish second, and Mike Huckabee third.
Romney capitalized on his local roots and business experience, after struggling to connect with voters in Iowa, where he presented himself as a social conservative, and in New Hampshire, where he retooled his message as a fiscal conservative.
Romney found more comfortable footing in Michigan. Not only was he familiar with the local culture, he focused on his resume, saying his business background would help him reinvigorate the Michigan economy, by far the most important issue for voters.
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