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I need your support.
I'm asking for -- to get out and vote.
And -- -- free by the way to go on -- -- -- comment pledge your support in every way possible we didn't win by a lot but we won by enough and that's all that counts.
And that Romney is and he's ready for Ohio and Super Tuesday a week from yesterday and runs previous as the chairman of the Republican National Committee had to -- and rights and good morning welcome I'm.
-- I'm doing great hi bill how do you evaluate Romney in Michigan and Arizona from last night.
Well I mean he obviously had a good night last night and you know.
There but the reality is is that Super Tuesday it has over 400 delegates at stake so far we've awarded a 172.
So this thing's going to be kicking in you know full steam.
Ahead mode starting.
Today and so I think there's a good night's forum obviously and we're still working hard here at the RNC and just making sure that we have a nominee that we've -- you know planning -- money in and a great program out there ready for them to plug and I -- -- talk about that too in a moment that but the question went to to Jan Brewer last I would put equipment that short time ago.
And that that the governor of Arizona was asked about this prolonged process.
And whether it's actually hurting these candidates and ultimately taking the focus off what -- grand prize is and that's defeating Obama.
If -- -- President Obama should say.
Now what is your view on that -- -- you watch all these candidates play out every day.
Well I mean so far mean if you compare the contests.
You know from four years ago arrested today in you and you -- a match up those states who wouldn't be in much different position anyway I'm.
I think winning counts.
And I don't think winning -- enough candidates are are winning it doesn't really matter what the process is if you keep winning.
You know you're you're going to be the nominees so winning counts in the second thing I would say is that.
You know we can go back to four years ago.
And put everyone to sleep like we did and no one talked about us for about six months and all the focuses on Hillary Clinton.
And Barack Obama lastly I would say.
That Gallup and USA today just put out a -- yesterday and said that we're not only beating the president overall.
Two of our candidates overall the all for -- them -- in the margin of error.
But we're beating the president -- almost every single battleground state him her itself -- what I think is.
We will know who is right or wrong on November 6 but the reality is the process is what it is no one can change it including me.
And winning is important and -- candidates who win the process doesn't matter at tomorrow's the first of march I mean there's a really good chance of this you go -- June.
In California now is this guy are you okay without.
I'm fine but I mean it certainly worked well for for Barack Obama but here's the reality mean I think even from four years ago.
I think people would agree with us.
Media coverage on this thing is so intense.
You know a week is like a month and a month is like a year -- can you imagine.
Mean OK we're gonna have a nominee we know that meant.
Believe me this is going to seem like RY -- time.
Make you good pointed and I just just one more question and then there is who go to your colleagues talking on another network earlier today.
And he was very concerned that that that the democratic machine on president Obama's side.
Has this whole thing laid out -- where their system is set up in a way that it's much better than the Republican machine when it comes to raising money.
And tracking people -- social media.
Do you think the RNC right now can go head to head with the DNC.
Well absolutely I mean we already -- mean when you look at our when you look at our technology when you look at -- Twitter and FaceBook and our social media senators.
When you look at our cash on hand so first of all we actually have more cash on hand and a Democratic National Committee so I don't know where that.
Is coming from we have more money than they do.
Even with Barack Obama raising money for them so.
I think we're doing very well I think that if you look at our our grassroots efforts and our victory senator efforts and our.
And our absentee ballot.
Efforts here at the Republican National Committee and in their second to none that's one thing that we do a great job of and we're going to continue -- thought you know it's not that that's changing game it changes significantly every four years as we have watched now right right.
I thank you we'll talk again real soon okay Wright's previous all right from there -- these -- -- Martha what's.
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