Two Midwestern Republican governors said Mitt Romney presents the party’s best candidate for president, while saying that Democratic President Barack Obama has an edge in their states.

Michigan’s Rick Snyder predicted Romney, whom he endorsed, would win his state’s primary Feb. 28 in a “close” race. “He’s made a lot of progress off the last week or so, in terms of polling,” Snyder in an interview on Bloomberg Television’s “Political Capital with Al Hunt,” airing this weekend.

Later in the show, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker said he wouldn’t endorse before the state’s April 3 primary, while allowing that “conventional wisdom in our state is still Mitt Romney will be the nominee and that he’ll do very well in Wisconsin.”