Romney pivots to general election

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After decisive wins in five more states on his way to 1,144 delegates, Mitt Romney used his prime time address tonight to take his first big step into a general campaign against President Obama.

With the speech, we can also see the general election narrative taking shape. “It’s still about the economy, and we’re not stupid,” Romney said, referencing the Bill Clinton’s 1992 campaign mantra. If you missed the speech, you can watch it all here.

Mitt Romney and Barack Obama

Romney pivots to general election

Updated