Useful Links:

Mitt Romney No Apology Book Tour Set For March Release

By: Mary Smith
Staff Writer
Feb 1, 2021

Mitt Romney No Apology Book Tour set for March release. Mitt Romney sets off on his No Apology: The Case for American Greatness book tour. The March 2 release will kick off a month long tour taking the former Massachusetts governor to at least 18 states, including Iowa, where Romney’s presidential campaign collapsed nearly two years ago after a second-place caucus finish.

Romney is widely seen as a front-runner for the Republican nomination in the 2012 presidential election. He is approaching the book tour with the patient, workmanlike mien that has distinguished him from other probable contenders who seem far more eager for attention. The 63-year-old politician ran as the Republican candidate in the 1994 U.S. Senate election in Massachusetts but lost to incumbent Edward M. Kennedy.

In 2002, Romney won the election for Governor of Massachusetts. In his one term, he presided over a series of spending cuts and increases in fees while the state’s finances improved. He signed into law the landmark Massachusetts health care reform legislation, which provided near-universal health insurance access via subsidies and state-level mandates.

In 2008, he was a candidate for the Republican nomination for the United States presidential election, winning several caucuses and primaries but ultimately losing to John McCain. Since then he has published No Apology: The Case for American Greatness. In addition, he has given speeches and raised campaign funds on behalf of fellow Republicans.

Recent News Stories

Here's a list of the most recent articles published today.

Join The Conversation

Add our Facebook page to receive updates and participate in new tools and features.Add our Facebook page to receive updates and participate in new tools and features. It's a great way to stay connected with all the latest news.

Receive daily bite-sized updates by following us at Twitter.Receive daily bite-sized updates by following us on Twitter. Receive Tweet-sized 140-character updates on your mobile phone device or PC.

Subscribe to our daily RSS feed to get the latest national news stories.Subscribe to our daily RSS feed to get the latest national news stories. We offer a feed for every topic including business, entertainment, health, politics, science & technology, travel and more.