“I’m a conservative. I don’t consider myself a Republican. It’s just the party that I have to vote in to be at play in the primary. But I think that people who believe the way that we do are tired of voting for the lesser of two evils. And that’s how I see a vote for Romney. So he’s going to have to attract social conservatives to win in November,” Lee Ann Burkholder, Tea Party member
As five states hold primaries today, some say the presidential campaign has largely evolved into a two-man race between Romney and President Obama. But can Romney appeal to voters in the political center and the conservative base?