FILE - In a Feb. 4, 2005 file photo, then-Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, left, talks with Sen. Edward Kennedy, D-Mass., at the Statehouse in Boston. Don't expect Romney to spend a lot of time trying to get voters to like him this fall. Instead, the likely Republican presidential nominee will probably rely on a ton of campaign cash and a barrage of nasty attack ads ripping into President Barack Obama for policies that Romney says aren't helping the economy recover fast enough. Look for Romney to take a more moderate tack, too. (AP Photo/Michael Dwyer, File)

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FILE - In a Feb. 4, 2005 file photo, then-Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, left, talks with Sen. Edward Kennedy, D-Mass., at the Statehouse in Boston. Don't expect Romney to spend a lot of time trying to get voters to like him this fall. Instead, the likely Republican presidential nominee will probably rely on a ton of campaign cash and a barrage of nasty attack ads ripping into President Barack Obama for policies that Romney says aren't helping the economy recover fast enough. Look for Romney to take a more moderate tack, too.  (AP Photo/Michael Dwyer, File)
FILE - In a Feb. 4, 2005 file photo, then-Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, left, talks with Sen. Edward Kennedy, D-Mass., at the Statehouse in Boston. Don't expect Romney to spend a lot of time trying to get voters to like him this fall. Instead, the likely Republican presidential nominee will probably rely on a ton of campaign cash and a barrage of nasty attack ads ripping into President Barack Obama for policies that Romney says aren't helping the economy recover fast enough. Look for Romney to take a more moderate tack, too. (AP Photo/Michael Dwyer, File)
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