ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) - Republican governors think President Barack Obama faces huge political obstacles. But they're hardly brimming with confidence about the 2012 election.
GOP governors and their advisers fret that their party could lose its advantage on the tax-cut issue by appearing too eager to protect the rich. Some also warn Republican candidates not to reflexively dismiss anti-Wall Street sentiment.
The Republican Governors Association is meeting this week in Florida.
The GOP governors predict Obama will be a one-term president.
But few are sticking their necks out by endorsing any of their party's candidates.