Two New York newspapers that endorsed President Obama in 2008 are endorsing Mitt Romney this time around.
The New York Daily News and Long Island's Newsday announced it in opinion pieces published Sunday.
According to the Daily News, it's mostly about the economy.
And the paper's editorial board thinks Romney has the stronger economic plan.
They wrote they picked President Obama in 2008 because he was very enthusiastic, but they think he has not delivered.
Newsday wrote Mitt Romney's potential to put Americans back to work as the reason for its endorsement.
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