Mitt Romney leads the hypothetical Republican field in a poll of New Hampshire voters, according to the bipartisan polling outfit Purple Strategies.
And it’s not just name recognition. Chris Christie, Jeb Bush, and Rand Paul all came in behind the Romster.
According to the Boston Globe.
In a hypothetical 2016 presidential field, former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney would be the front-runner in the Granite State GOP primary field, with 25 percent of the vote. Behind Romney are Kentucky Senator Rand Paul, at 18 percent, then New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, at 17 percent, and former Florida governor Jeb Bush, at 13 percent.
Romney has been emphatic that he’s not running again. But who knows? The third time was the charm for Ronald Reagan.
But Romney’s not Reagan.