Will Mitt Romney's policy pivot pay off?

10/11/2012 | Washington Post, The · Politico (Washington, D.C.) · Hill, The

Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney is seeking to reinvent himself as a moderate going into the closing weeks of the race, taking centrist positions on issues including taxes, health care and education. Romney appears to have convinced the GOP's conservative kingmakers to support a pivot to the center, but critics say his strategy risks confusing voters and leaves him open to "flip-flopping" attacks.

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