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Hello, I’m Negar with VOA60 Elections. Fox News is asking whether Mitt Romney, the presumed Republican presidential nominee, can convince conservatives to trust him. During the nomination battle Romney moved to the right to fend off challenges from Rick Santorum, who had a strong support among conservatives. But Fox says many conservatives still don’t trust Romney. Now ABC News is reporting that Santorum’s former campaign manager, Mike Biundo, is joining Team Romney to help boost conservative support for Romney. Meanwhile, President Obama is focusing attention on strengthening his support among young voters, who overwhelmingly backed him the first time around. The New York Times writes: If he’s to have any hope of keeping his job, President Barack Obama needs to regain the love of young voters. But with 50 percent of Americans under 30 jobless or underemployed, the once cozy relationship is strained. That is all for today. See you in next VOA60 Elections.