Can Romney maintain his lead in the Sunshine State?
Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi weighs in
- Duration 4:59
- Date Oct 20, 2012
Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi weighs in
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Is saying -- -- just seventeen days away from the presidential election and both candidates are trying to sway voters in key swing states like Florida.
Brand new Fox News polls are showing governor Romney up three points over President Obama in the sunshine state.
Joining us now with a closer look Florida attorney general and Romney supporter -- body Pam great to see you.
Great to -- good morning and I know stringing good afternoon yes I -- even traveling with the governor around -- out what accounts for the turnaround.
Showing that he is now leading in this -- Wednesday.
I have never doubted it in the not for a second and I've been telling governor Romney got you know I was with.
Paul Ryan Thursday night we were in the Fort Myers.
Last night I was with Mitt and Paul in Daytona Beach.
They drew thousands and thousands and thousands of supporters I was with -- Romney this morning.
And they're just they're doing amazing I've never seen the -- -- like this in my state.
You really I feel like you can't drive a hundred yards without seeing a minute -- Bumper sticker.
You know radar pulls out -- now for the president preference in their choice were present in Florida -- got.
Obama Biden -- with 45%.
And Romney riot and that forty -- and mean.
Back in September we'll take a look at the numbers 4944.
That's and really.
-- surprising number given the fact that people kept saying that.
Romney had a a lot of Dow -- ground to -- to make up for in Florida because of concerns about his.
Plans for Medicare and going forward women in your state.
Well I didn't the first although the women event though that issue regarding women is absolutely ridiculous as as -- -- -- that Romney has a woman for his lieutenant governor.
His chief of staff was a woman in this important person in his life is a woman AM.
And he he has surrounded himself with strong women his entire career.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Yeah it is it is it is it's great and that's because I think they're really getting their message across and they've been spending so much time.
In my greatest day because they know how important Florida is.
Is to the country and sensitive to the voters and you know Paul Ryan also.
You know Paul makes such a compelling speech -- his mom who had gotten snow is the Florida resident he says I could destroy.
Medicaid for my mother.
I'm gonna do everything I can to strengthen and that's the Romney Ryan play -- And they've really been.
Giving their message across and I think the debates helped substantially.
As well and we're really looking forward to the one Monday night.
-- my next question to you about the debates because.
In previous elections.
The debates are often downplayed as something that influences voters.
Deal on Election Day but this year is quite different so you really believed that made the debate and made a big difference in your home state.
You know after the first today.
I saw Romney yard signs -- up.
You know I'm I'm not a pollster I'm not an expert in not that that all anyone all anyone ever in my say they were talking about the the debates and so what an excellent job that governor Romney dead.
He was extremely professional he actually has a play and he's a leader and -- what he has demonstrated that he has a plan for our future we've had for years.
-- have nothing of failed policies and it's just like I compared to CEO of the company if you haven't done your job as CEO you get fired.
And we've had for years now and now we have Barack Obama telling us what he's gonna do in the next four years not what he has done.
To help America and that's why I firmly believe Americans now are listening and now it's time.
For Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan.
Well he's got just couple weeks to go as big Election Day coming up and I know that you actually took part in a very special race.
-- and Romney that we have a picture of advocates are out there on our screen to show everybody tells about it.
It -- -- wasn't grace it was a walk.
And it was a breast cancer walk this morning in Orlando and as you know -- Romney.
Not only has announced that she is a -- she's a breast cancer survivor.
And it was so amazing they took us and a tense.
And and spent so much time with the breast cancer survivors and just cried with them -- them.
And she's such a great genuine person and such a role model and an inspiration.
For so many women we met this morning who are struggling and going through this so please get your mammogram.
October as you know -- breast awareness month.
Absolutely you know very very good advice and -- look great out there thank you so much -- -- for joining us today we really appreciated all the best.
Thank you -- thank you.