ORLANDO, Fla. – Mitt Romney, who often grouses that he is simultaneously running against President Obama and the mainstream media, will be greeted upon his arrival in Florida on Friday by a headline with which he cannot quarrel: The Orlando Sentinel is endorsing him.
Four years after The Sentinel, central Florida's largest newspaper, endorsedBarack Obama's candidacy for president, the newspaper's editorial page said Mr. Romney is the better choice this time.
"We have little confidence that Obama would be more successful managing the economy and the budget in the next four years," the editorial in Friday's edition said. "For that reason, though we endorsed him in 2008, we are recommending Romney in this race."
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