If Mitt Romney’s rally in Cincinnati, Ohio yesterday is any indication, it appears he has some real momentum coming out of the GOP Convention. He drew a huge, enthusiastic crowd:
NEW YORK TIMES: A crowd of thousands cheered Mitt Romney at a rally here during the opening leg of a cross-country campaign swing on Saturday, testing for the first time whether he can sustain political momentum coming out of the Republican National Convention.
A line of people that stretched for five city blocks awaited Mr. Romney as his motorcade pulled into the Union Terminal. Inside there were so many people that the campaign had to redirect a few hundred of them into a small overflow room, where they crammed in shoulder to shoulder. . . . Read More