A top Mitt Romney adviser has admitted that the campaign has not given enough specifics about the candidate’s policy plans and vowed to be more specific in the remaining 50 days. Ed Gillespie said that recent polling has indicated that voters want to hear more from Romney about his own plans. “We are not rolling out new policy so much as we are making sure people understand that when we say we can do these things, here’s how we are going to get them done and these are the specifics.” He promised that the rest of the campaign season would see “new emphasis and renewed emphasis” on Romney’s approach to governing.
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