Mitt Romney’s speech to the National Rifle Association is a high-profile chance for the Republican presidential candidate to gain the acceptance of wary conservatives.
The address in St. Louis on Friday comes at a moment of heightened concern about gun use. Florida officials recently charged a neighborhood watch volunteer who fatally shot an unarmed teenager.
It won’t be the first time Romney has had to walk a careful line between appealing to conservatives while trying not to alarm independent voters.
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