Mitt Romney’s victory speech in Michigan: ‘We didn’t win by a lot, but we won by enough and that’s all that counts’

After winning the Arizona and Michigan primaries on Tuesday, Mitt Romney addressed his supporters from a victory party in Novi, Mich. Romney, who was born in the state, told the crowd, "Michiganders in this room, we consider you all family."

Clearly relieved after winning what was predicted to be a close contest, Romney said, "We didn't win by a lot, but we won by enough and that's all that counts."

Romney spent much of his speech criticizing President Barack Obama, in particular his performance on economic issues. "We need a recovery from this recovery," he said.

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