Mitt Romney, after weathering an onslaught of rotating primary challengers over the course of the last year, is poised to clinch the Republican presidential nomination as early as Tuesday.
In doing so, his campaign will complete its shift, from knocking off
Republican rivals one by one to challenging a single Democratic
opponent, President Obama.
And with the Obama campaign now pouring airtime and resources into
the latest attacks on Romney's private equity experience, the GOP
candidate is discovering early that one of his biggest advantages in the
primaries -- his war chest -- isn't quite so impressive in the