A CBS reporter asked readers to help come up with a new slogan for Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney on Tuesday, and as of Thursday the story still has not received any comments.
Bradley Jay, reporter for CBS Boston, asked for suggestions for a new slogan that the former Massachusetts governor could use to revamp his presidential campaign.
“I like Mitt Romney and I want to see him do well, so to help him out, I have an idea,” he said.
“He needs a slogan. The perfect slogan would be something that does not shrink from who he is, AND that helps us all get on board with his bid for the presidency.”
Jay suggested a slogan that highlighted Romney’s personal wealth: “We Can Be Rich: Together”.
He asked for suggestions from readers but has not received any after two days.
Romney is currently trailing President Barack Obama among Massachusetts voters with 36 percent to Obama’s 60 percent, according to a poll conducted by the Western New England University Polling Institute.
Tim Vercelotti, associated professor of political science and director of the Polling Institute at Western New England University, explained to MassLive that Obama is popular throughout the state.
“Obama beats Romney in all regions,” he said.