The Caucus: Des Moines Register Endorses Romney

Mitt Romney: Des Moines Register Endorsement

The Des Moines Register endorsed Mitt Romney for president on Saturday night, saying his "sobriety, wisdom and judgment" fit the times and outweigh what they called his tendency to "pick his way through the political minefields."

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