Although Romney seems to be amassing a hefty lead in the primary and emerging as the only candidate who can challenge Obama, there seems to be one problem. In Florida and Nevada, the districts that Gov. Romney won showed decreases in voting from previous years. This is disapointing, but shows that most votes are against Obama and not for Romney. Although this is certainly the case, as most republicans feel as though they are voting for anyone but Obama, Romney needs to find something other than not being Obama to bring voters to the voting booths. If he combines a solid ideological idea with the anti-Obama feeling felt by many Americans, Romney may find that he would be in very good shape in this election- a similiar position to Obama four years ago, who utilized his message of 'Hope' and 'Change' (notice the quotations) and anti-Bush feelings to spring-board his way to the presidency.