As of today I’ve identified 38 newspapers and magazines that have endorsed Barack Obama for president, 43 that have endorsed Mitt Romney. The Casper Star-Tribune has endorsed Mitt Romney for president:
Obama has failed. And voters shouldn’t reward failure with another term in office.
Instead, Republican Mitt Romney offers a viable alternative to Obama.
Romney is not only the right fit for America, he’s also a pretty good choice for Wyoming.
The Star-Tribune endorsed Barack Obama in 2008. The difficult to excerpt editorial goes on to suggest that Obama’s energy policy is bad for Wyoming while Romney’s would be better.
The Bluefield Daily Telegraph of Bluefield, West Virginia has endorsed Mitt Romney for president:
Some will tell you there isn’t a war on coal. They will argue it’s just a lot of rhetoric intended to hurt Obama. Those who make such foolish statements certainly don’t live here in the coalfields of southern West Virginia and Southwest Virginia. If they did, they would see first-hand all of the coal miners and their families who are unemployed and hurting, and the others who don’t know if they will be working from one day to the next. They would hear from the 200 Norfolk Southern Corp. employees who were furloughed just last week due to decreased coal traffic. They would see the impact the closure of coal-fired power plants are having on small communities like Glen Lynn, Va. They would realize the impact this war on coal will have on our future electric bills.
Yes, the war on coal is real. It’s very real. And it has to be stopped.
Republican Mitt Romney is the man who will end this war. He has embraced coal, natural gas and our other naturally abundant fossil fuels. He advocates a common-sense national energy policy that will put millions of Americans back to work. An energy policy that includes coal, oil, natural gas and — yes — even green energy sources.
The Daily Telegraph endorsed Barack Obama in 2008.