Knowledge Identifier: +Mitt_Romney
Born in 1947.
Countries: United States (72%), Massachusetts (8%), (5%)
Linked to: Bain Capital, Republican Party, Salt Lake Organizing Committee for the Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games of 2002, Associated Press
Ann Romney - "'Ann Lois Romney"' is the wife of American businessman and politician Mitt Romney, who was the Republican nominee in the 2012 U.S. presidential election
Romney said he should neither be elected nor rejected based upon his religion, and echoed Senator John F. Kennedy's famous speech during his 1960 presidential campaign in saying "I will put no doctrine of any church above the plain duties of the office and the sovereign authority of the law.
Michael Barone (pundit) - He graduated from Cranbrook School in 1962, three years ahead of 1965 graduate Mitt Romney
Ann Romney - Ann Davies and Mitt Romney were married in a civil ceremony on March 21, 1969, at her Bloomfield Hills home, with a reception afterward at the Bloomfield Hills Country Club
He graduated from Brigham Young in 1971, earning a Bachelor of Arts in English and giving commencement addresses to both his own College of Humanities and to the whole university.
In 1977, he was hired away by Bain & Company, a management consulting firm in Boston that had been formed a few years earlier by Bill Bain and other former BCG employees.
He served as ward bishop for Belmont, Massachusetts from 1981 to 1986, acting as the ecclesiastical and administrative head of his congregation.
Thus, in 1984, Romney left Bain & Company to co-found the spin-off private equity investment firm, Bain Capital.
He turned Bain & Company over to new leadership and returned to Bain Capital in December 1992.
Victoria Reggie Kennedy - In Kennedy's 1994 senatorial re-election campaign against Mitt Romney, she was credited by "The New York Times" with "giving him a political advantage in a difficult contest
Romney was sworn in as the 70th governor of Massachusetts on January 2, 2003.
Paul G. Kirk - In 2004 the Massachusetts General Court had withdrawn the authority of the governor to fill a U.S. Senate vacancy by appointment, to prevent the then-Governor Mitt Romney, a Republican, from appointing a Republican to fill the remainder of Democrat John Kerry's Senate term, if Kerry were to win the 2004 presidential election
Christy Mihos - In 2004, when Mihos's five-year term on the Authority expired, Governor Mitt Romney replaced him with Daniel A. Grabauskas, the 2002 Republican nominee for State Treasurer
Edward B. Teague III - Teague has been clerk magistrate at Falmouth District Court since 2006, following his nomination and appointment by Governor Mitt Romney
Bay Buchanan - In 2007, Bay served as chairman to Tancredo's presidential campaign, after which she became a senior advisor to Mitt Romney
Bradley A. Smith - In 2007-08, he was an adviser on the Constitution and the courts for the presidential campaign of Mitt Romney
Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act - The term "Obamacare" was originally coined by opponents, notably Mitt Romney in 2007, as a pejorative term
Cleon Skousen - In September 2007, a year prior to the 2008 U.S. presidential election, Jan Mickelson of Iowa radio station WHO and Republican Iowa caucus presidential candidate Mitt Romney discussed Skousen in an off-the-air conversation during a break in Mickelson's broadcast, which Mickelson recorded
Terry Rakolta - Rakolta's husband was a National Chairman for Mitt Romney's 2008 presidential campaign
Kathryn Jean Lopez - She was a vocal supporter of Mitt Romney's bid for the Republican presidential nomination in 2008
Jim Talent - Talent, a senior adviser to Mitt Romney's 2008 presidential campaign, most recently served as a member of Romney's 2012 Economic Policy Team during the 2012 Presidential Election
Nancy Worley - Worley's lawyers revealed a letter, sent by State Treasurer Kay Ivey to her employees, soliciting campaign contributions for the 2008 presidential campaign of former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney
Mike Huckabee - On January 8, 2008, Huckabee finished in third place in the New Hampshire primary, behind John McCain in first place, and Mitt Romney who finished second, with Huckabee receiving one more delegate for a total of 18 delegates, gained via elections, and 21 total delegates, versus 30 total for Romney, and 10 for McCain
Ann Coulter - On January 16, 2008, Coulter began endorsing Governor Mitt Romney as her choice for the 2008 Republican nomination, saying he is "manifestly the best candidate"
Dan Quayle - In December 2011 Quayle announced that he was endorsing Mitt Romney for the Republican Presidential nomination
Pat Buchanan - Buchanan endorsed Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney in 2012, stating in an article that "Obama offers more of the stalemate America has gone through for the past two years" while "Romney alone offers a possibility of hope and change
Nate Silver - Considerable criticism during the 2012 elections came from political conservatives, who argued that Silver's election projections were politically biased against Mitt Romney, the Republican candidate for President
Thaddeus McCotter - Cotter called the end of his presidential campaign "death by media" and said that he would endorse Mitt Romney and would consider running again for his 11th congressional district in 2012.
John Kerry - During the 2012 Obama reelection campaign, Kerry participated in one on one debate prep with the president, impersonating the Republican candidate Mitt Romney
Kellen Clemens - Furthermore, Clemens noted that he is very supportive of the Pro-Life cause, and publicly credits Mitt Romney for his 2012 vote
Glenn Hubbard (economist) - Hubbard served as economic advisor to the 2012 presidential campaign of Mitt Romney, a position he held during Romney's 2008 presidential campaign
Aaron Schock - Schock has endorsed Mitt Romney in the 2012 Republican presidential primaries, and he has appeared with Romney at campaign events.
Newt Gingrich - South Carolina Primary: Newt Gingrich Defeats Mitt Romney, ABC News Projects, ABC News, January 21, 2012.
Ted Strickland - Strickland became a resident fellow at the Harvard Institute of Politics in Spring 2012, where he stayed until May. Strickland spoke on the first night of the 2012 Democratic National Convention attacking and mocking Republican nominee Mitt Romney for outsourcing American jobs and for his foreign bankaccounts.
Fred Karger - This was the day after GOP Presidential candidate Mitt Romney announced forming his 2012 exploratory committee; Karger declared himself the "Anti-Romney" candidate, and later stated that he "plans to run a campaign specifically designed to throw a wrench into Romney's run
S. Truett Cathy - In May 2012, Cathy received an honorary doctorate along with presidential candidate Mitt Romney at the Liberty University's spring commencement ceremony
Jenna Jameson - Jameson endorsed Mitt Romney to CBS News on August 2, 2012, stating, "I'm very looking forward to a Republican being back in office
Chris Christie - On August 27, 2012, the "New York Post" reported that according to anonymous sources Christie had not been willing to give up the governorship to be Mitt Romney's running mate because he had doubts about their ability to win
Eva Longoria - In October 2012, Longoria posted a vulgar message on her Twitter account from another user about presidential candidate Mitt Romney
David Mamet - In November 2012 Mamet penned an article for the "The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles" imploring fellow Jewish Americans to vote for Republican nominee Mitt Romney
Ann Romney - In the November 6, 2012, general election, Mitt Romney lost as President Obama was re-elected
In January 2015, Romney told a group of donors during a private meeting that he was in fact considering a run in 2016 In doing so he was positioning himself against former Florida governor Jeb Bush, who had already set a likely campaign in motion and would be a rival to Romney for establishment Republican support