Here’s a list of newspapers that have come out for Romney. Is yours here?

The Detroit News for Romney, Oct. 25
”Our hope is that Mitt Romney would restore faith in the core principles of free men and women, free minds and free markets that made America great, and will keep it so.”

The Las Vegas Review-Journal for Romney
“Mr. Obama has never been the uniting agent of change he promised to be.”

The Dallas Morning News for Romney
“On the central issue that will define his presidency — a stalled U.S. economy weighed down by crushing annual deficits and accumulated debt — Obama showed himself to be less leader than follower.”

The New York Observer for Romney
“Gov. Romney won the Republican Party’s nomination precisely because he is not an ideologue—and that is no small achievement.”

The Tennessean for Romney
“Barack Obama was elected in 2008 with a call for hope and change. Perhaps the change he spoke of could only come with the help of Mitt Romney. Gov. Romney: This endorsement was not an easy decision […] Be the man who governed Massachusetts, and you’ll reunite America.”

The Orlando Sentinel for Romney
“This is Romney’s time to lead, again. If he doesn’t produce results — even with a hostile Senate — we’ll be ready in 2016 to get behind someone else who will.”

The Arizona Republic for Romney, Oct. 20
“But, more the the point, we expect better job growth in a Romney economy mostly because Mitt Romney does not fear or dislike a free-wheeling, growing, free-market economy. We cannot say the same of President Obama.”

Fort Worth Star-Telegram for Romney, Oct. 20

“Romney has laid out a consistent theme focused on encouraging business innovation andgrowth, reducing government spending and its economic footprint and educating andretraining people to take new jobs. That theme is a winner, and Congress will be receptivewhen Romney brings it.”

— Houston Chronicle for Romney, Oct. 21
“Gov. Romney impresses us as a focused, task-oriented problem solver, both by inclinationand by experience — a ‘fix-it’ guy. A lot needs fixing in America, from a broken economy to abroken-down political system. Mitt Romney offers the leadership we require from the WhiteHouse.”

The Columbus Dispatch for Romney, Oct. 21
“In 2008, Americans made a leap of faith when they elevated the inexperienced Obama to the White House. … This time, voters should place their hopes for change in experience, by electing Romney.”

— Boston Herald for Romney, Oct. 23
“During the last four years the world has become a more dangerous place. We can’t afford four more years of a leadership vacuum.”


The (Newark) Star-Ledger for Obama, Oct. 21

“Our hope is that Obama wins decisively and that Republicans respond by moving toward the middle, as Democrats did under Bill Clinton. That may be wishful thinking, but it is the nation’s best hope.”


New York Post for Romney, Oct. 25

“Because, in the end, the fundamental problem is the president’s core philosophy. He believes in equality of outcome, not equality of opportunity — and that’s not how America is supposed to work.”

 – La Opinion for Obama, Oct. 23
“Obama has the mettle, vision and record that bode well not only for Latinos but also for the future of our nation.”