While the Boston Globe says Mitt Romney's campaign shows "continued weakness" after Tuesday's narrow victory in the Michigan primary, the truth in the matter is he continues to lead the Republican candidates vying for the party's presidential nomination.
Romney holds a 6-4 lead over Rick Santorum in primaries and caucuses won as the Republican candidates prep for Saturday's Washington state caucus before heading into Super Tuesday.
Romney was initially announced as the winner of the Iowa caucus, but a later tally showed Santorum finished 34 votes ahead of the former Massachusetts Governor as votes from eight precincts were missing, according to the Washington Post.
So Medfield, if Romney were to win the Republican nomination, do you think he would make a good president? Why or why not?