Today is the first real day of the Republican National Convention, after the threat of Isaac forced the GOP to essentially cancel activities on Monday. Now the storm could steal the spotlight altogether, at a time when voters are anxious to see GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney address the party.
One of Romney's biggest hurdles for the general election is his likability. In a Washington Post poll, 61% of registered voters found President Obama likeable, while only 27% of registered voters found Romney likable. How will Romney overcome this?
CNN contributors Ana Navarro and Erick Erickson look at what Mitt Romney has to do at the Republican National Convention to improve his likability among potential voters.