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Willard Mitt Romney (born March 12, 1947) is an American politician, businessman, and lawyer who has served as the junior United States senator from Utah since 2019. He served as the 70th governor of Massachusetts from 2003 to 2007 and was the Republican Party's nominee for president of the United States in the 2012 election, losing to Barack Obama. More about Mitt Romney

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Raised in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, by George and Lenore Romney, he spent over two years in France as a Mormon missionary. He married Ann Davies in 1969; they have five sons. Active in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) throughout his adult life, Romney served as bishop of his ward and later as a stake president for an area covering Boston and many of its suburbs. By 1971, he had participated in the political campaigns of both his parents. In 1971 Romney graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in English from Brigham Young University (BYU) and in 1975 he received a JD–MBA degree from Harvard. He became a management consultant and in 1977 joined Bain & Company in Boston. As Bain's chief executive officer (CEO), he helped lead the company out of a financial crisis. In 1984, he co-founded and led the spin-off company Bain Capital, a private equity investment firm that became one of the largest of its kind in the nation.

After stepping down from Bain Capital and his local leadership role in the LDS Church, Romney was the Republican nominee in the 1994 United States Senate election in Massachusetts. After losing to five-term incumbent Ted Kennedy, he resumed his position at Bain Capital. Years later, a successful stint as president and CEO of the then-struggling Salt Lake Organizing Committee for the 2002 Winter Olympics led to a relaunch of his political career. Elected governor of Massachusetts in 2002, Romney helped develop and later signed a health care reform law (commonly called "Romneycare") that provided near-universal health insurance access through state-level subsidies and individual mandates to purchase insurance. He also presided over the elimination of a projected $1.2–1.5 billion deficit through a combination of spending cuts, increased fees, and closing corporate tax loopholes. He did not seek reelection in 2006, focusing instead on his campaign for the Republican nomination in the 2008 U.S. presidential election, ultimately losing the nomination to Senator John McCain. He ran for and won the 2012 Republican presidential nomination, becoming the first LDS Church member to be a major party's nominee. He lost the election to President Obama. Read even more about Mitt Romney at Wikipedia

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The most expensive item with a signature of Mitt Romney (MITT ROMNEY SIGNED MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL AUTOGRAPH PSA/DNA COA FULL LETTER 2012) was sold in October 2012 for $449.95 while the cheapest item (Mitt Romney Authentic Signed Baseball Autographed 2008) found a new owner for $0.99 in August 2019. The month with the most items sold (17) was February 2020 with an average selling price of $20.00 for an autographed item of Mitt Romney. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in June 2023 with $299.00 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $1.99 was November 2015. In average, an autographed item from Mitt Romney is worth $25.00.

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Latest News about Mitt Romney

In Utah, a Trump Loyalist Sends an S.O.S. to Romney, of All People (10/13/22): Senator Mike Lee, in a surprisingly close race for re-election, has antagonized Mitt Romney and the state’s G.O.P. for years. His plea now? “Please, get on board.” Go to news article

Why Mitt Romney stands apart among Republicans in criticizing Trump (06/08/20): The two GOP senators speaking out against the president most vocally come from wholly unique political positions in their home states — and it's not about them being moderates. Go to news article

Mitt Romney, marching with evangelicals, becomes first GOP senator to join Georg (06/08/20): Sen. Mitt Romney became the first known Republican senator to join demonstrations after the death of George Floyd. Go to news article

‘They don’t expect that from admirals’: Mitt Romney rebukes Giroir and White Hou (05/12/20): Trump and his testing czar, Adm. Brett Giroir, have played up the United States passing South Korea in per capita testing. Go to news article

Not ‘a great moment in American leadership:’ Romney criticizes government respon (04/29/20): Without directly criticizing President Trump, Sen. Mitt Romney shared his assessment of the poor job the federal government did in responding to the coronavirus.

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Trump’s sarcastic response to Mitt Romney’s negative test for coronavirus follow (03/2020): Trump’s feud with the Utah Republican dates to 2012 but took on new vitriol with Romney’s vote for impeachment Go to news article

CPAC chairman says he would fear for Mitt Romney’s ‘physical safety’ at conferen (02/2020): Romney has faced a bitter GOP backlash after casting the lone Republican vote for President Trump’s impeachment.

Mitt Romney: The only Senate Republican seen as a possible vote to convict Trump (01/2020): Until late Thursday, he was the lone Republican vocally pushing for witnesses to be called in the impeachment trial. Go to news article

How the reporter who found Mitt Romney’s secret Twitter has turned online sleuth (12/2019): Journalist Ashley Feinberg's most recent project delved into an avid editor of Pete Buttigieg's Wikipedia presence. Go to news article

They bonded over football years ago. Now President Trump sees Mitt Romney as his (10/2019): One of the most bizarre relationships in Republican politics could soon reach its climax as the Senate prepares for a possible trial of the president. Go to news article

Former Massachusetts governor joins Mitt Romney's old firm (04/2015): Deval Patrick has a new job. The former Democratic Massachusetts governor will be joining the Boston firm Bain Capital to develop a line of so-called "social impact" investing to support causes ...

Harry Reid doesn't regret accusing Mitt Romney of not paying taxes (03/2015): NEW YORK (CNN) -- Retiring Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid sat down with CNN's Dana Bash for a candid interview, where his body language, expressions, and willingness to address critics fit the expectations of just about anyone readying for retirement. ...

Mitt Romney's niece picked to head Michigan Republican Party (02/2015): LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Michigan Republicans picked a niece of Mitt Romney on Saturday to lead the state party for the next two years.

Mitt Romney's exit unleashes race for donors among 2016 Republican hopefuls (01/2015): Mitt Romney's exit from the presidential campaign has unleashed a frenzy of fresh fundraising and set off a new race for the backing of donors who had remained loyal to the 2012 Republican nominee.

Mitt Romney eyeing presidential run in 2016, longtime friend Kem Gardner says (12/2014): Mitt Romney may be eyeing a third run for the White House and will get in the race in the coming months

PICKENS: I Think Mitt Romney Is Thinking About Running Again (11/2014): Last Friday morning, billionaire energy tycoon T. Boone Pickens was in a meeting with another politically active hedge fund manager in New York City. The meeting between the two included a broad discussion on the Republican presidential field for 2016.

Mitt Romney Endorses Mike Rounds for South Dakota Senator (10/2014): Hundreds filed into the Ramkota Exhibit Hall in Sioux Falls Thursday morning to catch a glimpse of what may be the future of the Republican Party.

Mitt Romney leaves a sliver of hope for a third presidential run as GOP thought (09/2014): Romney channeled a Jim Carrey line from 'Dumb and Dumber' in which he responds to a love interest's 'one-in-a-million' prognosis with: 'So you're telling me there's a chance?' Go to news article

Mitt Romney to the rescue? (08/2014): Will new poll numbers change Romney's mind about a third WH run? Go to news article

Mitt Romney details family tradition of visiting Utah sites (07/2014): Spending the summer enjoying Utah's parks is a favorite of many, including former presidential candidate Mitt Romney.

The Fix: Hillary Clinton isn’t in Mitt Romney territory. Yet. (06/2014): Being "out of touch" isn

Why Mitt Romney is back campaigning in Iowa (05/2014): Mitt Romney returned to Iowa for the first time since 2012 to help US Senate candidate Joni Ernst. She also has support of the Senate Conservatives Fund, Sarah Palin, and mainstream Republican leaders. Go to news article

Jeb Bush, Mitt Romney Endorse Indian-American Kashkari For California Governor (04/2014): WASHINGTON: In a major boost to Indian- American Neel Kashkari's bid to become California's governor, ex-Florida governor Jeb Bush and former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney endorsed him for the job. Go to news article

Mitt Romney slams President Obama for 'faulty judgment' on Russia (03/2014): Mitt Romney says President Barack Obama could have done more to persuade Russia not to annex Crimea.

Mitt Romney Surprisingly Urges Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer to Veto Controversial Rel (02/2014): Mitt Romney, the 2012 GOP presidential nominee, waded into the fray surrounding Arizona's controversial religious freedom bill that opponents say discriminates against gays when he urged the state's Republican Gov. Jan Brewer to veto it because it is the "right" thing to do. Go to news article

Column: Mitt Romney, Family Man (01/2014): Mitt , the documentary about Willard Mitt Romney’s two presidential campaigns, is not so much a campaign movie as it is a home movie. You can tell it’s not a campaign movie because in the 90 minutes of behind-the-scenes private moments, none of the main characters utters a single swear word. Go to news article

MSNBC host apologizes for racial jokes about Mitt Romney's infant grandson (12/2013): Loading headlines... Loading headlines... Loading headlines... Loading headlines...

Watch: Mitt Romney's Son Slammed for 'Humblebragging' Rescue Photo (11/2013): Josh Romney sparked controversy on Twitter after posting picture smiling in front of overturned car.        

Mitt Romney backs Boston as ’24 Olympic host (10/2013): Former GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney said he’s ready to throw his weight behind a longshot Bay State bid to bring the 2024 Summer Games to Boston — and is already calling Olympic officials and local heavyweights like Hub builder John Fish to make it happen. Go to news article

Even Mitt Romney Doesn't Think the Obamacare Shutdown Is a Good Idea (09/2013): Failed presidential candidate Mitt Romney weighed in on the current Republican shenanigans on Friday in an interview with CNN        

Mitt Romney's son for mayor? (08/2013): Rumors are swirling on Twittter that Matt Romney, son of former presidential candidate Mitt Romney, might be interested in running for mayor of San Diego.

Mitt Romney: I didn't make '47 percent' comment (07/2013): By GABRIELLE LEVY, In an interview for Dan Balz's 2012 election campaign book, Mitt Romney did a little rewriting of history regarding his infamous "47 percent" comments.

Mitt Romney is now the hot favorite for the Presidential Race -- in 2016 (06/2013): Europe’s largest bookmakers, the Irish company, Paddy Power is already taking bets on who will win in the 2016 election and Republican Candidate Mitt Romney is the top runner.

Mitt Romney to hold political summit in Park City (05/2013): PARK CITY, Utah – Former GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney will host a summit in Park City next week, the...

Will there be a role for Mitt Romney in San Diego Olympic bid? (04/2013): Is there another Olympics in Mitt Romney's future? San Diego Mayor Bob Filner, a Democrat, sure hopes so.

Mitt Romney headed back to Park City this summer (03/2013): Mitt Romney appears to be headed back to Park City later this year with a large group of Republicans and, probably, some of the party's stars.

Byron York: How will conservatives greet Mitt Romney's reappearance? (02/2013): Mitt Romney will make his first appearance since losing the 2012 presidential election on "Fox News Sunday" this weekend. (Photo: Stephan Savoia/AP file)

Labor’s plot to make Tony Abbott into Mitt Romney (01/2013): In naming an election date eight months out, Julia Gillard's inner circle are establishing the first US-style election campaign in Australia's history. Tony Abbott will be cast similarly to Mitt Romney. Read more on the blog... Read more on the blog...

Bad science, from Simon Cowell to Mitt Romney: How celebs got it totally wrong (12/2012):  Celebrities rarely shy away from public peddling of dubious ideas about health and science, and 2012 was no exception.

Mitt Romney resurfaces at White House lunch with Obama (11/2012): Mitt Romney sightings have been rare since his loss earlier this month to Barack Obama in the US presidential election, though he has been spotted in California looking haggard. Go to news article

Mitt Romney team at work already (10/2012): WASHINGTON (AP) -- Mitt Romney's transition team is quietly talking with government officials and Capitol Hill to develop a plan, if he's elected, to prevent massive cuts to the defense budget and extend tax cuts first passed under President George

Mitt Romney rigorously preparing for debate (09/2012): Under pressure to regain his balance in the race for the White House, Mitt Romney is going through intense preparation for the first presidential debate next week while his campaign appeals to fellow Republicans to keep faith with their candidate.

Mitt Romney accepts presidential nod (08/2012): Mitt Romney has accepted the US Republican presidential nomination with a prime-time pitch to voters.

After gaffe, Mitt Romney heads to Israel (07/2012): JERUSALEM — After a verbal stumble in London that offended his British hosts, Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney heads to Israel on Saturday, hoping to present himself Go to news article

For Mitt Romney, there's no escaping health care (06/2012): So much for Mitt Romney escaping health care.

Mitt Romney visits Solyndra headquarters, knocks President Obama (05/2012): FREMONT, Calif. — Mitt Romney visited the shuttered headquarters of the bankrupt Solyndra solar energy company Thursday, venturing into the physical heart of his political argument against President Obama’s stewardship of the economy. Read full article >>

Ron Paul beat Mitt Romney in 10 states! Kind of. (04/2012): Ron Paul fell short in the vote count, but he has edged out Mitt Romney in campaign contributions in at least 10 states – and counting. From the start, the GOP 'money primary' has been a two-man race. Go to news article

Mitt Romney prepares to challenge Obama on foreign policy (03/2012): Republican presidential front-runner Mitt Romney is preparing to broaden his challenge to President Obama’s management of foreign affairs, sensing political vulnerability in an area in which the incumbent has received his strongest public support. Read full article >>

Mitt Romney wins big in Michigan primary, Arizona (02/2012): Mitt Romney staved off political disaster Tuesday, eking out a narrow victory in his home state of Michigan and racking up an easy win in Arizona.

Mitt Romney: The Once and Future Front Runner Looks Beyond Florida (01/2012): In a Republican primary season marked by political chaos, here's something that finally seems settled: Mitt Romney will win Tuesday's Florida primary

Newt Gingrich weeps, Mitt Romney attacks Ron Paul (12/2011): Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich wept Friday as he recalled his late mother's end-of-life illnesses, a moment of poignancy in a notably negative Republican presidential Iowa caucus campaign with four unpredictable days yet to run.

Paul Stoller: Mitt Romney and the Culture of Expediency (11/2011): How can someone who has flip-flopped on so many issues still manage to garner political support in a political climate that seems to reward the aura of unshakable conviction? Go to news article