Friday, September 02, 2011

Struggling Huntsman tries to turn around bid News From The Associated Press | jacksonsun.com |

News From The Associated Press | jacksonsun.com |: "It's been downhill since the day he announced his White House candidacy. His official presidential coming-out tour was riddled with mistakes, and he's faced campaign staff turnover. With some moderate views, he has struggled to gain traction with a GOP primary electorate pushed to the right by the tea party. And he's lost ground in some national polls, eclipsed by Rick Perry, Mitt Romney and Michele Bachmann.

Now Huntsman's trying to turn it all around - by painting his opponents as extreme.

"He's the anti-circus, anti-carnival candidate," John Weaver, Huntsman's senior strategist, said of the newfound strategy."


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