Race shifts as Lohan expresses serious concern over jobs — other people's jobs, that is
In another sign of the changing fortunes of Mitt Romney's campaign, the Republican presidential nominee has made impressive gains with the notoriously elusive Lindsay Lohan portion of the electorate.
Lohan voters, noted for their passionate interest in hair, spray tans, and Twitter, have lately expressed ambivalence about the Obama administration. Romney's strong performance in last week's debate, coupled with employment concerns, appear to be factors in his upswing.
"I just think employment is really important right now," Lohan said outside a ginseng drink event, according to E!. "So, as of now, Mitt Romney. As of now."
The Lindsay Lohan demographic has endured unemployment or underemployment throughout much of the Obama administration.