Sunday, August 26, 2012
Take a look at Mittens term as MA governor
The governor had a 61 percent job approval rating in public polls after his initial fiscal actions in 2003, but it began to sink after that. The frequent out-of-state travel contributed to a decline in Romney's approval rating towards the end of his term; at 34 percent in November 2006, his rating level ranked 48th of the 50 U.S. governors.
Dissatisfaction with Romney's administration and the weak condition of the Republican state party were among several factors that led to Democrat Deval Patrick's lopsided win over Republican Kerry Healey, Romney's Lieutenant Governor, in the 2006 Massachusetts gubernatorial election.
See Mitt's Tenure, 2003-2007: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mitt_romney
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