He also asked her specifically about a new poll that shows her husband is still the choice among New Hampshire voters for the GOP nomination in 2016. The poll found Romney was the choice of 25% of voters, with Sen. Rand Paul at 18%, then New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie at 17%, and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush at 13%.
So could Mitt Romney make a third try for the presidency?
"He was governor of Massachusetts. I'm not surprised to see that. I think there's a lot of lingering feeling across the country, sort of a sadness I see. I run across people all the time and they're still upset about the election, they're still really sad so I can understand that. But no, we're not up for doing this again," she said.
"Are you over it?" Hemmer asked.
"I think I'm over it. Life is good. Life moves on. There's woulda-coulda-shouldas, of course, that you feel all the time. But no, our life is wonderful and I'm very happy right now, in a good place," said Mrs. Romney.
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