The 2012 election is quickly winding down, with Mitt Romney even conceding Florida today in the aftermath of losing Tuesday’s presidential election to Barack Obama. But amid the questions of what the election results mean for America’s future, and with the fiscal cliff looming on the horizon, another question remains unanswered.
What does Mitt Romney do next?
After spending essentially the last six years running for president and losing twice, it’s all but certain that Romney is done running for office. His future options are somewhat limited, compared to others who have run for president and lost. He doesn’t have a seat in the Senate to go back to, like John Kerry and John McCain did, nor does it seem likely he will become a standard bearer for an important issue like Al Gore did with global warming. Read