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George W. Romney - 1968 Presidential Campaign
... Romney's wide margin of re-election as governor in November 1966 thrust him to the forefront of national Republicans ... In addition to his political record, the tall, square-jawed, handsome, graying Romney matched what the public thought a president should look like ... run again the governors quickly settled on Romney as their favorite for the Republican presidential nomination in the 1968 U.S ...
George Romney Presidential Campaign, 1968 - Campaign Development
... The wide margin of victory in Romney's November 1966 gubernatorial re-election in Michigan cast him to the forefront of national Republicans ... to his political record, the tall, handsome, graying Romney looked like a president ... Nelson Rockefeller nor Bill Scranton wanted to run again the governors quickly settled on Romney as their favorite for the Republican presidential nomination in the 1968 U.S ...

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