The most contentious issue in the fundamental swing state of Ohio, and Mitt Romney. What could possibly go wrong?
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The former Mass. Gov.'s rapid turnabout on SB 5, the anti-union legislation currently facing a repeal referendum in Ohio, is not notable in a vaccum. Romney has faced the flip-flop charge during his whole national political career. But on Tuesday morning when he stepped into a call center full of conservative volunteers pushing back against the unpopular bill's downfall, he was expected to say one thing: "I support SB 5." It wasn't until the following morning before he uttered those words.
Romney's SB 5 flip-flop could come back to hurt him. Here's why: