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Willard Mitt Romney born March 12, is an American businessman and politician who served as the 70th Governor of Massachusetts from to and was the Republican Party 's nominee for President of the United States in the election. He married Ann Davies in , and they have five sons. By , he had participated in the political campaigns of both parents. Later serving as Bain's chief executive officer CEO , he helped lead the company out of a financial crisis.

In , he co-founded and led the spin-off company Bain Capital , a highly profitable private equity investment firm that became one of the largest of its kind in the nation.

Active in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints LDS Church throughout his adult life, he served as the bishop of his ward head of his local congregation and then as stake president near Boston. After losing to longtime incumbent Ted Kennedy , he resumed his position at Bain Capital. Elected Governor of Massachusetts in , Romney helped develop and then signed into law the Massachusetts health care reform legislation, the first of its kind in the nation.

It provided near-universal health insurance access through state-level subsidies and individual mandates to purchase insurance. He did not seek reelection in , instead focusing on his campaign for the Republican nomination in the U. Though he won several primaries and caucuses , the eventual nominee was Senator John McCain. He won the Republican presidential nomination , becoming the first Mormon to be the presidential nominee of a major party.

He was defeated by incumbent Democratic President Barack Obama in the November general election , losing the electoral college by — Romney kept a low profile for a while after the election, but later became more visible politically.

In February , Romney announced his candidacy for the U. Senate election in Utah. In the June 26 primary, Romney defeated state Rep. Mike Kennedy to become the Republican nominee in the general election.

Another great-great-grandfather, Parley P. Pratt , helped lead the early Church. Romney has three older siblings, Margo, Jane, and Scott. Mitt was the youngest by nearly six years. Romney attended public elementary schools until the seventh grade, when he enrolled as one of only a few Mormon students at Cranbrook School , a private upscale boys' preparatory school a few miles from his home. At Cranbrook, Romney helped manage the ice hockey team, and he joined the pep squad.

He has since apologized for those, stating that some of the pranks may have gone too far. Romney attended Stanford University during the —66 academic year. In July , he began a thirty-month stint in France as a Mormon missionary , [18] [31] a traditional rite of passage in his family. Those who yelled at him and slammed their doors in his face merely reinforced his resolve. In June , he was in southern France and driving an automobile that was hit by another vehicle, which seriously injured him and killed one of his passengers, the wife of the mission president.

At their first meeting following his return, Romney and Ann Davies reconnected and decided to get married. Mitt had missed much of the tumultuous anti-Vietnam War movement in America while away in France. Upon his return, he was surprised to learn that his father had joined that same movement during his unsuccessful presidential campaign.

In a June newspaper profile of children of cabinet members, Mitt said that U. He later sought and received two additional student deferments. At culturally conservative BYU, Romney remained isolated from much of the upheaval of that era.

The Romneys' first son, Taggart , was born in [35] while they were undergraduates at BYU and living in a basement apartment. Benjamin and Craig would arrive later, after Romney had begun his career. Mitt Romney wanted to pursue a business career, but his father advised him that a law degree would be valuable to his career even if he never practiced law.

Recruited by several firms in , Romney joined the Boston Consulting Group BCG , reasoning that working as a management consultant for a variety of companies would better prepare him for a future position as a chief executive. In fact, clients sometimes preferred to use him rather than more-senior partners. Two family incidents during this time later surfaced during Romney's political campaigns. Disagreeing about the license and wanting to continue a family outing, Romney took it out anyway, saying he would pay the fine.

The ranger arrested him for disorderly conduct. The charges were dropped several days later. Initially, Bain Capital focused on venture capital investments. Romney set up a system in which any partner could veto one of these potential opportunities, and he personally saw so many weaknesses that few venture capital investments were approved in the initial two years.

Stemberg convinced Romney of the market size for office supplies and Romney convinced others; Bain Capital eventually reaped a nearly sevenfold return on its investment, and Romney sat on the Staples board of directors for over a decade. Romney soon switched Bain Capital's focus from startups to the relatively new business of leveraged buyouts: Romney discovered few investment opportunities himself and those that he did, often failed to make money for the firm.

Bain Capital's leveraged buyouts sometimes led to layoffs, either soon after acquisition or later after the firm had concluded its role. My job was to try and make the enterprise successful, and in my view the best security a family can have is that the business they work for is strong. Romney took a leave of absence from Bain Capital from November to November to run for the U. Against the advice of Bain Capital lawyers, Romney met the strikers, but told them he had no position of active authority in the matter.

In August , Romney announced that he would not return to Bain Capital. During his business career, Romney held several positions in the local lay clergy.

In the early s Romney served in a ward bishopric. He then served for a time as a seminary teacher and then as a member of the stake high council of the Boston Stake while Richard L. Bushman was stake president. In , he became a counselor to the president of the Boston Stake. Romney took a hands-on role in the Belmont Stake's matters, helping in domestic maintenance efforts, visiting the sick, and counseling burdened church members.

For much of his business career, Romney did not take public, political stances. By , Romney had begun thinking about entering politics, partly based upon Ann's urging and partly to follow in his father's footsteps.

Senator Ted Kennedy , who was seeking re-election for the sixth time. Radio personality Janet Jeghelian took an early lead in polls among candidates for the Republican nomination for the Senate seat, but Romney proved the most effective fundraiser. In the general election, Kennedy faced the first serious re-election challenge of his career.

I'm not trying to take us back to Reagan-Bush. Romney's campaign was effective in portraying Kennedy as soft on crime, but had trouble establishing its own consistent positions. The day after the election, Romney returned to Bain Capital, but the loss had a lasting effect; he told his brother, "I never want to run for something again unless I can win. Romney Institute of Public Management. Romney felt restless as the decade neared a close; the goal of simply making more money held little attraction for him.

In , Ann Romney learned that she had multiple sclerosis ; Mitt described watching her fail a series of neurological tests as the worst day of his life. They chose Romney based on his business and legal expertise as well as his connections to both the LDS Church and the state.

Romney restructured the organization's leadership and policies. He reduced budgets and boosted fundraising, alleviating the concerns of corporate sponsors while recruiting new ones. Romney emerged as the local public face of the Olympic effort, appearing in photographs, in news stories, on collectible Olympics pins depicting Romney wrapped by an American flag, and on buttons carrying phrases like "Hey, Mitt, we love you!

Garff , the chair of the organizing committee, later said "It was obvious that he had an agenda larger than just the Olympics," [] and that Romney wanted to use the Olympics to propel himself into the national spotlight and a political career. He was very good at characterizing and castigating people and putting himself on a pedestal.

Olympic Committee head William Hybl credited Romney with an extraordinary effort in overcoming a difficult time for the Olympics, culminating in "the greatest Winter Games I have ever seen". Crisis, Leadership, and the Olympic Games , published in The role gave Romney experience in dealing with federal, state, and local entities, a public persona he had previously lacked, and the chance to relaunch his political aspirations.

In , plagued by political missteps and personal scandals, the administration of Republican Acting Governor of Massachusetts Jane Swift appeared vulnerable, and many Republicans viewed her as unable to win a general election. Romney again ran as a political outsider. The swearing in of Romney as the 70th governor of Massachusetts took place on January 2, Romney sought to bring near-universal health insurance coverage to the state.

This came after Staples founder Tom Stemberg told him at the start of his term that doing so would be the best way he could help people. Determined that a new Massachusetts health insurance measure not raise taxes or resemble the previous decade's failed "Hillarycare" proposal at the federal level, Romney formed a team of consultants from diverse political backgrounds to apply those principles.

Beginning in late , they devised a set of proposals that were more ambitious than an incremental one from the Massachusetts Senate and more acceptable to him than one from the Massachusetts House of Representatives that incorporated a new payroll tax. On April 12, , the governor signed the resulting Massachusetts health reform law , commonly called "Romneycare", which requires nearly all Massachusetts residents to buy health insurance coverage or face escalating tax penalties, such as the loss of their personal income tax exemption.

At the beginning of his governorship, Romney opposed same-sex marriage and civil unions, but advocated tolerance and supported some domestic partnership benefits. Department of Public Health. However, citing a law that barred out-of-state residents from getting married in Massachusetts if their union would be illegal in their home state, he said no marriage licenses were to be issued to those people not planning to move to Massachusetts.

Senate to vote in favor of the Federal Marriage Amendment. In , Romney revealed a change of view regarding abortion, moving from the pro-choice positions expressed during his and campaigns to a pro-life one in opposition to Roe v. Romney used a bully pulpit approach towards promoting his agenda, staging well-organized media events to appeal directly to the public rather than pushing his proposals in behind-doors sessions with the state legislature.

During , Romney spent considerable effort trying to bolster the state Republican Party, but it failed to gain any seats in the state legislative elections that year. Romney filed to register a presidential campaign committee with the Federal Election Commission on his penultimate day in office as governor. His term ended January 4, Romney formally announced his candidacy for the Republican nomination for president on February 13, , in Dearborn, Michigan.

The campaign emphasized Romney's highly profitable career in the business world and his stewardship of the Olympics.

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Romney took a hands-on role in the Belmont Stake's matters, helping in domestic maintenance efforts, visiting the sick, and counseling burdened church members.

For much of his business career, Romney did not take public, political stances. By , Romney had begun thinking about entering politics, partly based upon Ann's urging and partly to follow in his father's footsteps. Senator Ted Kennedy , who was seeking re-election for the sixth time. Radio personality Janet Jeghelian took an early lead in polls among candidates for the Republican nomination for the Senate seat, but Romney proved the most effective fundraiser.

In the general election, Kennedy faced the first serious re-election challenge of his career. I'm not trying to take us back to Reagan-Bush. Romney's campaign was effective in portraying Kennedy as soft on crime, but had trouble establishing its own consistent positions.

The day after the election, Romney returned to Bain Capital, but the loss had a lasting effect; he told his brother, "I never want to run for something again unless I can win. Romney Institute of Public Management. Romney felt restless as the decade neared a close; the goal of simply making more money held little attraction for him.

In , Ann Romney learned that she had multiple sclerosis ; Mitt described watching her fail a series of neurological tests as the worst day of his life. They chose Romney based on his business and legal expertise as well as his connections to both the LDS Church and the state. Romney restructured the organization's leadership and policies. He reduced budgets and boosted fundraising, alleviating the concerns of corporate sponsors while recruiting new ones.

Romney emerged as the local public face of the Olympic effort, appearing in photographs, in news stories, on collectible Olympics pins depicting Romney wrapped by an American flag, and on buttons carrying phrases like "Hey, Mitt, we love you!

Garff , the chair of the organizing committee, later said "It was obvious that he had an agenda larger than just the Olympics," [] and that Romney wanted to use the Olympics to propel himself into the national spotlight and a political career. He was very good at characterizing and castigating people and putting himself on a pedestal. Olympic Committee head William Hybl credited Romney with an extraordinary effort in overcoming a difficult time for the Olympics, culminating in "the greatest Winter Games I have ever seen".

Crisis, Leadership, and the Olympic Games , published in The role gave Romney experience in dealing with federal, state, and local entities, a public persona he had previously lacked, and the chance to relaunch his political aspirations.

In , plagued by political missteps and personal scandals, the administration of Republican Acting Governor of Massachusetts Jane Swift appeared vulnerable, and many Republicans viewed her as unable to win a general election.

Romney again ran as a political outsider. The swearing in of Romney as the 70th governor of Massachusetts took place on January 2, Romney sought to bring near-universal health insurance coverage to the state.

This came after Staples founder Tom Stemberg told him at the start of his term that doing so would be the best way he could help people. Determined that a new Massachusetts health insurance measure not raise taxes or resemble the previous decade's failed "Hillarycare" proposal at the federal level, Romney formed a team of consultants from diverse political backgrounds to apply those principles.

Beginning in late , they devised a set of proposals that were more ambitious than an incremental one from the Massachusetts Senate and more acceptable to him than one from the Massachusetts House of Representatives that incorporated a new payroll tax.

On April 12, , the governor signed the resulting Massachusetts health reform law , commonly called "Romneycare", which requires nearly all Massachusetts residents to buy health insurance coverage or face escalating tax penalties, such as the loss of their personal income tax exemption. At the beginning of his governorship, Romney opposed same-sex marriage and civil unions, but advocated tolerance and supported some domestic partnership benefits. Department of Public Health.

However, citing a law that barred out-of-state residents from getting married in Massachusetts if their union would be illegal in their home state, he said no marriage licenses were to be issued to those people not planning to move to Massachusetts. Senate to vote in favor of the Federal Marriage Amendment. In , Romney revealed a change of view regarding abortion, moving from the pro-choice positions expressed during his and campaigns to a pro-life one in opposition to Roe v.

Romney used a bully pulpit approach towards promoting his agenda, staging well-organized media events to appeal directly to the public rather than pushing his proposals in behind-doors sessions with the state legislature. During , Romney spent considerable effort trying to bolster the state Republican Party, but it failed to gain any seats in the state legislative elections that year.

Romney filed to register a presidential campaign committee with the Federal Election Commission on his penultimate day in office as governor. His term ended January 4, Romney formally announced his candidacy for the Republican nomination for president on February 13, , in Dearborn, Michigan. The campaign emphasized Romney's highly profitable career in the business world and his stewardship of the Olympics.

Romney's liabilities included having run for senator and serving as governor in one of the nation's most liberal states and having taken positions in opposition to the party's conservative base during that time. For his campaign, Romney assembled a veteran group of Republican staffers, consultants, and pollsters. During all of his political campaigns, Romney has avoided speaking publicly about Mormon doctrines, referring to the U.

Constitution's prohibition of religious tests for public office. My faith is the faith of my fathers. I will be true to them and to my beliefs. Kennedy 's famous speech during his presidential campaign in saying, "I will put no doctrine of any church above the plain duties of the office and the sovereign authority of the law. Freedom and religion endure together, or perish alone. There he won primaries or caucuses in several states, but McCain won in more and in larger-population ones.

Romney endorsed McCain for president a week later, [] and McCain had Romney on a short list for vice presidential running mate, where his business experience would have balanced one of McCain's weaknesses. Romney supported the Bush administration's Troubled Asset Relief Program in response to the lates financial crisis , later saying that it prevented the U. Following the election, Romney laid the groundwork for a likely presidential campaign by using his Free and Strong America political action committee PAC to raise money for other Republican candidates and pay his existing political staff's salaries and consulting fees.

In , the Romneys sold their primary residence in Belmont and their ski chalet in Utah, leaving them an estate along Lake Winnipesaukee in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire , and an oceanfront home in the La Jolla district of San Diego, California , which they had purchased the year before. Romney released his book, No Apology: The Case for American Greatness , in March , and undertook an state book tour to promote the work.

Immediately following the March passage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act , Romney attacked the landmark legislation as "an unconscionable abuse of power" and said the act should be repealed. He defended the state-level health insurance mandate that underpinned it, calling the bill the right answer to Massachusetts' problems at the time.

In nationwide opinion polling for the Republican Presidential primaries , Romney led or placed in the top three with Palin and Huckabee. A January National Journal survey of political insiders found that a majority of Republican insiders and a plurality of Democratic insiders predicted Romney would be the party's nominee. On April 11, , Romney announced, via a video taped outdoors at the University of New Hampshire , that he had formed an exploratory committee for a run for the Republican presidential nomination.

He's really been running for president ever since the day after the election. Romney stood to benefit from the Republican electorate's tendency to nominate candidates who had previously run for president, and thus appeared to be next in line to be chosen.

On June 2, , Romney formally announced the start of his campaign. Speaking on a farm in Stratham, New Hampshire , he focused on the economy and criticized President Obama's handling of it. Romney continued to seek support from a wary Republican electorate; at this point in the race, his poll numbers were relatively flat and at a historically low level for a Republican frontrunner. Several caucuses and primaries took place during February, and Santorum won three in a single night early in the month, propelling him into the lead in national and some state polls and positioning him as Romney's chief rival.

Although his victories were not enough to end the race, they were enough to establish a two-to-one delegate lead over Santorum. Polls consistently indicated a tight race for the November general election. In July , Romney visited the United Kingdom, Israel, and Poland, meeting leaders in an effort to raise his credibility as a world statesman. On August 11, , the Romney campaign announced the selection of Representative Paul Ryan of Wisconsin as his vice-presidential running mate.

On August 28, , the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida , officially nominated Romney as their candidate for the presidency. Romney went on to say: I'll never convince them that they should take personal responsibility and care for their lives. The first of three presidential election debates took place on October 3, in Denver.

Media figures and political analysts widely viewed Romney as having delivered a stronger and more focused presentation than did President Obama. The election took place on November 6, and Obama was projected the winner at about We have given our all to this campaign.

I so wish that I had been able to fulfill your hopes to lead this country in a different direction, but the nation chose another leader. In addition to calling for cuts in federal government spending to help reduce the national debt, Romney proposed measures intended to limit the growth of entitlement programs, such as introducing means testing and gradually raising the eligibility ages for receipt of Social Security and Medicare.

Romney pledged to lead an effort to repeal the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act "Obamacare" and replace it with a system that gives states more control over Medicaid and makes health insurance premiums tax-advantaged for individuals in the same way they are for businesses.

He also promised to seek income tax law changes that he said would help to lower federal deficits and would stimulate economic growth. Romney opposed the use of mandatory limits on greenhouse gas emissions to deal with global warming. Romney labeled Russia as America's "number one geopolitical foe", [] and asserted that preventing Iran from obtaining a nuclear capability should be America's "highest national security priority".

Constitution to define marriage as the union of one man and one woman. Since , Romney described himself as "pro-life". Wade , allowing each state to decide on the legality of abortion.

Romney said that he would appoint federal judges in the mold of U. During the first year following the election defeat, Romney generally kept a low profile, [] with his ordinary daily activities around San Diego being captured via social media glimpses.

The Romneys bought a home again in the Deer Valley area of Park City, Utah , [] [] followed by a property in Holladay, Utah , where they plan to tear down an existing house and build a new one. Romney himself thought he might be branded a "loser for life" and fade into an obscurity like Michael Dukakis [] a similar figure with no obvious base of political support who had lost what his party considered a winnable presidential election [] but, to the surprise of many political observers, that did not happen.

By early , the lack of a clear mainstream Republican candidate for the presidential election led some supporters, donors, and pollsters to suggest Romney stage a third run.

No, no, no, no, no. As the Republican presidential nomination race went into the primaries season, Romney had not endorsed anyone but was one of the Republican establishment figures who were becoming increasingly concerned about the front-runner status of New York businessman Donald Trump. He said Trump was "a phony, a fraud He's playing members of the American public for suckers" and that "If we Republicans choose Donald Trump as our nominee, the prospects for a safe and prosperous future are greatly diminished.

Romney then announced that he would not support Trump in the general election, saying, "I am dismayed at where we are now, I wish we had better choices". I can't vote for either of those two people. He considered voting for the Libertarian ticket of former Republican Governors Gary Johnson and Bill Weld , saying that he would "get to know Gary Johnson better and see if he's someone who I could end up voting for", adding that "if Bill Weld were at the top of the ticket, it would be very easy for me to vote for Bill Weld for president.

After Trump won the election, Romney congratulated him via phone call and on Twitter. Romney was treated for prostate cancer in summer In September and October press reports said that should U. Senator Orrin Hatch retire, Romney would run in Utah for that seat in Senate candidacy of Roy Moore , which Romney had opposed due to the sexual abuse allegations against Moore.

Rhetorically addressing Romney, Bannon said, "You hid behind your religion. On January 2, , after Orrin Hatch announced he would retire, Romney changed his Twitter location from Massachusetts to Holladay, Utah , contributing to speculation that he may be considering a run for Hatch's Senate seat.

On February 16, , Romney formally launched his campaign through a video message posted on Facebook and Twitter. Romney would, if his campaign is successful, become the third individual to serve as governor of a state and U.

Bibb who served as a U. At the state Republican nominating convention held on April 21, , Romney received 1, delegate votes Mike Kennedy , who secured 1, delegate votes Romney has received a number of honorary doctorates , including in business from the University of Utah in , [] in law from Bentley College in , [] in public administration from Suffolk University Law School in , [] in public service from Hillsdale College in , [] and in humanities from Liberty University in People magazine included Romney in its 50 Most Beautiful People list for , [] and in , a foundation that promotes the Olympic truce , gave him its inaugural Truce Ideal Award.

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Romney himself has corrected this notion, saying that he didn't. While he believes he did have the highest grade point average for his on-campus BYU years in the College of Humanities, he did not if his Stanford stint was factored in. He never did, however, because doing so was only a fall-back possibility in case his business career did not work out.

Romney strongly advised her not to, but she did anyway. People ask me if this is conservative or liberal, and my answer is yes. It's liberal in the sense that we're getting our citizens health insurance. It's conservative in that we're not getting a government takeover. Among children and seniors the coverage rate was even higher, Approximately two-thirds of residents received coverage through employers; one-sixth each received it through Medicare or public plans.

The track record of such efforts was at best mixed, with Lee Iacocca declining to run, Romney's father George and Steve Forbes failing to get far in the primaries, and Ross Perot staging one of the more successful third-party runs in American history. Both served as Mormon missionaries in Europe and considered the experiences formative.

Both pursued high school sweethearts single-mindedly until the women agreed to marry them several years later, then had families with four or five children. Both had very successful careers in business and became known for turning around failing companies or organizations. Both presided over a stake in the LDS Church. Both achieved their first elected position at age 55, as Republican governor of a Democratic-leaning state.

The two bear a close physical resemblance at similar ages and both have been said to "look like a president". Both staged their first presidential run in the year they turned Both were considered suspect by ideological conservatives within the Republican Party. Another is that Mitt's personality is more reserved, private, and controlled than his father's was, traits he got from his mother Lenore, [53] and his political personality is also shaped at least as much by Lenore as by George.

The bias against a Mormon candidate is substantial. In and , federal courts ruled this use of the shelter illegal and said those losses never existed. Romney said that Sky Blu became physically violent and that he did not retaliate, while Sky Blu said that Romney gave him a " Vulcan grip " first and that he responded physically to that. Sky Blu was escorted off the aircraft by Canadian police but Romney did not press charges and Sky Blu was released.

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Some girls, like Jesse Foster , who is now presumed dead, seemed to come from good homes. Foster, who was from Canada, hooked up with an alleged Pimp, Peter Todd, who owned a luxurious home on the outskirts of Las Vegas. Lindsey Marie Harris was a casualty of the prostitution lifestyle. Although she did appear to have money — she drove a Mercedes and had a very expensive watch, her life ended at the much too young age of A year-old prostitute, Sara Gruber, was found dead in the Las Vegas hotel room of a client.

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