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Here’s What Mitt Romney’s Victory Website Would Have Looked Like

Posted at November 6, 2017 21:43 by network in Uncategorized
Here’s What Mitt Romney’s Victory Website Would Have Looked Like

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Since Mitt Romney’s loss to Barack Obama, his website remains mostly the same as it was before the election — save a new “Thank You” message from the governor to his supporters. Had Romney been victorious, though, his website would have looked much different.

It seems the Romney folks prepared a website to launch following a Romney win, and it was briefly accessible Tuesday evening or Wednesday morning. Screenshots grabbed by Political Wire reveal a “transition” website was ready to go, featuring details about “president-elect” Romney, his would-be cabinet nominees and the inauguration:

Obama’s campaign website, meanwhile, has a “thank-you” message and a blog post entitled “How this happened.” The donations button is still there, too.

What do you think of Romney’s victory-site-that-wasn’t? Share your thoughts in the comments.

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