One of the biggest challenges in Romney-Ryan camp is to get votes from African Americans. The recent poll showed that Obama continues to beat Mitt Romney among African American voters with a staggering 94 percent to 0 percent lead.
That zero is not a typo - not one of the surveyed black voters said he plans to vote for Romney. The remaining 6 percent said they were undecided. Shocked with the poll results, Romney-Ryan campaign managers are re-crafting the campaign messages to make them more appealing to African American voters. One blogger wrote in this regard "Forget the campaign messages. The only way Romney could get these black votes is if he changed his skin color".
So, if Romney or Ryan were black, would they appeal to African American voters? Perhaps they should also design specific campaign posters appealing to black voters? Today you are a Romney-Ryan campaign manager and your task is to change Romney (and/or Ryan's) skin color to black. Additionally, you can design a Romney-Ryan campaign poster targeting African Americans, or show any ways how Romney/Ryan can appeal to black voters.
Mitt Romney is preparing to select his vice presidential running mate and could announce his pick as early as this week, a top campaign adviser said Monday, as the campaign worked to refocus the presidential race. The Drudge Report claims that sources within Mitt Romney's presidential campaign say Condoleezza Rice, who served as secretary of state and national security adviser under President George W. Bush, is a "front-runner" for the running mate slot.
Make your prediction of Romney's running mate, and design a campaign poster for them.