by Mark Curtis
Campaign 2012 is back in full swing as the two candidates visit key battleground states. Former Gov. Mitt Romney, R-MA, will hold a big campaign rally in Bow, New Hampshire on Friday, while President Obama continues his two-day campaign swing through Florida. Both states are considered toss-ups.
Romney is getting a boost from the latest New York Times poll that shows him with a slim 47 to 46 percent lead over Mr. Obama. With a rally in New Hampshire Friday, political watchers are speculating on whether Mr. Romney might give hints about his choice for a vice-presidential running mate.
The Chairmen of both the Democratic and Republican parties of Rhode Island are weighing on the latest developments.
ABC-6 News will have a crew in New Hampshire on Friday with updates on ABC-6 News at Noon, 5 and 6 p.m.