Giuliani worked in New York City nonstop for eight years while Mitt was not in Massachusetts much of the time when he was governor.
Mitt's record in Massachusetts is less impressive because he was only in office for one term and left the governorship with a 39 per cent approval rating, making his reelection improbable.
Halfway through his term he started laying the groundwork to run for president. Since then Mitt has been running on executive experience and running away form his record as MA governor.
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