First, women comprised 53 percent of all 2012 voters with men at 47 percent. Romney lost the women’s vote to Obama by a ten-point margin of 44 to 55 percent.
Stop right here!
There is an excellent chance that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will be Romney’s 2016 Democratic opponent and, if elected, she will become the first female President of the United States. Does anyone doubt that this historic “first” will be a cornerstone of Clinton’s overall strategy and promoted ad nauseam in the mainstream media?
Therefore, how will Romney (if nominated) overcome his 2012 ten-point deficit with women voters when his likely 2016 opponent is a woman?
Every GOP donor and primary voter should demand that Romney answer this strategic question before his “considering a run” morphs into an official presidential campaign announcement.