Tag Archives: Romney Rally

“That’s when you know you’re gonna win” — Mitt Romney to Pittsburgh fans at airport

Mitt Romney arrived in Pittsburgh for his final rally. He was greeted by hundreds of fans across the street from the tarmac at an airport garage trying to get a glimpse of the next President. He waved to them and according to the press got a little choked up saying “That’s when you know you’re gonna win”:

Manchester, New Hampshire Represent!

Romney Rally packs the house!




Monster Crowd for Romney in Orlando, Florida

You can guarantee Connie Mack will vote whichever way Romney wants if he’s able to drag him across the finish line, however unlikely that may be:

It’s a Little Crowded at the Romney Rally in Newport News, Virginia

10 O’Clock at night in 40 degree weather on a Sunday night and Romney’s packing the house (or in this case hangar):

Waiting for Romney to deplane:

30,000 at Romney Rally in Bucks County, Pennsylvania

I’ll use this post to update as pictures and info comes across:

This was the line to get in a couple hours ago and then in a photo by Kevin Sheridan, the nighttime swarm:

Now below are photos from earlier that I would have gotten to if not for so many computer problems today. Check out our on-the-scene reporter jackgdovin’s flickr page for these awesome shots of the line to get in:

Video of Huge Crowd at Romney Rally in Colorado

Sorry I can’t embed it here.  Only Youtube videos.

Link here.

Romney Rally in Bucks County, Pennsylvania Sunday (Nov 4) 5:30pm

Hat-tip to No Tribe for the alert. Mitt Romney is rallying the troops in the Philadelphia suburb of Morrisville, Pennsylvania on Sunday looking to paint that state red!

You’re Invited to a Victory Event with Mitt Romney & the Republican Team!

When: Sunday, November 4th, 2012

Doors Open 2:30 PM | Event Begins 5:30 PM

Where: Shady Brook Farm, 931 Stony Hill Road in Morrisville, PA 19067

To register for the event, click here.

All attendees will go through airport-like security and should bring as few personal items as possible. No bags, sharp objects, umbrellas, liquids, or signs will be allowed in the venue. Cameras are permitted.

For questions, contact us at: TeamPA@mittromney.com | (717) 746-8098
For Important Campaign Updates: Text (PA) to GOMITT (466488)

It’s an “All Skate” for Romney-Ryan in West Chester, Ohio Tonight! (Nov 2) at 7pm

Everyone’s invited, including you, to the massive Romney-Ryan rally tonight in West Chester, Ohio. Here’s who will be joining you:

Nearly 100 governors, senators, congressmen, mayors, Olympic gold medalists and other Republican luminaries are scheduled to join Romney and his vice presidential running mate, Rep. Paul Ryan (Wis.), in a Cincinnati suburb Friday night for a huge rally designed both to inject new energy into their Ohio campaign and to launch the Republican ticket on its final, frenetic three days of barnstorming before Election Day. Kicking off what the Romney campaign is dubbing the “Romney-Ryan Real Recovery Road Rally,” the event will be held in West Chester, just outside of Cincinnati, a populous and potentially decisive swath of southwestern Ohio where Romney needs to drive up turnout within his conservative base and win over moderate suburban voters. The campaign announced that almost every Romney surrogate – from the candidate’s wife, Ann, and their five sons to a number of Olympic athletes to a lengthy roster of elected officials, including Sen. John McCain (Ariz.), the GOP’s 2008 presidential nominee – will attend, underscoring the importance of Ohio’s 18 electoral votes to Romney’s calculations. From West Chester, the surrogates will fan out across the nation to campaign over the weekend in 11 key states: Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Michigan, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Wisconsin.

You’re invited to a Victory Rally with Mitt & Ann Romney, Paul Ryan & Janna Ryan John Kasich, Rob Portman, John Boehner, And the Republican Team with Special Musical Performance by Kid Rock

When: Friday, November 2, 2012

Doors Open 4:30 PM | Event Begins 7:00 PM

Where: The Square at Union Centre, 9285 Centre Pointe Drive, West Chester, Ohio 45069

Click here to register for the event.

All attendees will go through airport-like security and should bring as few personal items as possible. No bags, sharp objects, umbrellas, liquids, or signs will be allowed in the venue. Cameras are permitted.

For questions, contact us at: OHEvents@mittromney.com | (614) 547-2290
For Important Campaign Updates: Text OH to GOMITT (466488)

In addition to Mitt and Ann Romney and Paul and Janna Ryan, the Romney campaign has announced that the following will attend:

John McCain and his wife, Cindy; former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice; Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal; Texas Gov. Rick Perry; Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback; Sens. Rob Portman (Ohio),Marco Rubio (Fla.), John Thune (S.D.), Lindsey Graham (S.C.) and Kelly Ayotte (N.H.); former senator Norm Coleman (Minn.); former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani; former Pennsylvania governor Tom Ridge; Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus; Rep. Jason Chaffetz (Utah); former congressman Artur Davis (Ala.); Olympic champion speed skater Derek Parra; Olympic champion figure skater Scott Hamilton; champion golfer Jack Nicklaus; as well as Tagg and Jen Romney, Matt and Laurie Romney, Josh Romney, Ben Romney and Craig and Mary Romney, and BFA Chairman James Irvine.

Join Mitt Romney in Manchester, New Hampshire on Monday!

This is the final rally before election day, so if you’re in the area welcome our next President on his last day as candidate Romney:

Enthusiasm for Romney in Marion, Ohio? You Betcha!

Romney Rally in Minnesota? May be in the works . . .

Tom Hauser is the Chief Political Reporter for KSTP-TV, St. Paul / Minneapolis

15,000 Rally for Romney in Land O’Lakes, Florida

Putting Florida away:

On the scene report from Jeff R in the comments section:

I’m in that picture behind him somewhere. Just got back from the rally. I live in Pinellas and Land O’Lakes is in eastern Pasco County, about an hour or so away (longer tonight due to heavy traffic).

Land O’Lakes High School is on US 41. That road goes all the way down into downtown Tampa and it’ll take you up to Brooksville in Hernando County – so a good crossroads location for the Tampa Bay area. Traffic was backed up three miles away from the school in either direction. People parked two miles away and walked in. My group ended up much closer, but this group was determined to see Mitt Romney. So few could actually park at the school, so the side grass on US 41 was filled with parked cars.

It is worth noting that this rally began while FSU and UF were playing football today. UF was playing in “The World’s Biggest Outdoor Cocktail Party” against Georgia in Jacksonville – and yet so many thousands turned up. USF was also playing a football game in Tampa at Raymond James Stadium. It’s not like people didn’t have something else they could do that didn’t involve a massive crowd in a small space and lots of standing and walking. President Obama could only muster 8500 near downtown Tampa in a park that could hold 10,000 just a few days before. Yet Mitt Romney drew thousands from Hillsborough (where Tampa is), Pinellas (St. Pete/Clearwater), and Pasco (New Port Richey, Zephyrhills) and many had to drive through heavy traffic to get there where it took a half hour to go a mile. Seriously.

Had to go through “airport like” security overseen by the Secret Service. The uniformed agents were as nice as could be and it was superfast to get through. The Secret Service is a million times better at this than the TSA.

This was not merely an anti-Obama rally, folks. People have clearly grown a fondness for Romney. I doubt there was anyone there that felt they’re stuck with this guy. We’ve gone from agony in some corners of the GOP over nominating him to sheer joy. They like him and they were there to see Mitt. It was so loud when he walked up to the podium. And that prepared stump speech that I’ve heard bits of before, it sounded sincere. He even got in a few quips and showed he knew something about Florida – joking about how many transplants we have (whenever he’d mention another state like Wisconsin or Ohio (I shouted at that one), he noticed there’d be places in the crowd that would cheer) and he didn’t mention the cost of heating oil in the energy cost bit because he told us that we probably didn’t have to pay much for heating.

Romney is really good at this now. He’s clearly much more comfortable and he go us to stop chanting his name and instead chant “10 more days!” – though he picked up on the one negative of that chant, the fact that we’d have to change it tomorrow.

People are fired up. Romney is fired up, but I loved how he stressed that this is a team effort, not just for the election, but beyond. There is no cult of personality here, but I think there is a growing affection for the man and his family. People believe in him like they didn’t in McCain – and it is not a naïve belief like the one Obama rode to victory.

We need to work hard for the next 9 days to ensure the wave, but I feel it coming. I am convinced that there is something bigger nationwide that polls cannot measure, but these enthusiastic crowds that Romney is getting everywhere now do. A mere anti-Obama does not get crowds like this. Romney is inspiring people. Talked to more than a few people in the crowd who said they were registered Democrats that were disgusted by the President and what the left had done to their party.

Big change is coming.

Live Stream: Romney Rally in Canton on a Cold Friday Night Packs the House

And Jan hooks us up with a live stream of the event: http://www.newsnet5.com/subindex/news/news_livestream1

Stephanie also lets us know at the top of the foxnews.com website, they are live streaming the event as well: http://www.foxnews.com/

I’ll update this post with photos or info as it comes across.


Look Who Made it Into the Toldeo Blade — Our Very Own Battlegroundwatch.com Reporters

In a great write-up for the Romney Rally in Defiance, Ohio the Toledo Blade ran a fantastic picture gallery and wouldn’t you know it they spied our very own intrepid reporters whooping it up with the masses:

Mark sent us a couple other photos from the incredible event. First we have Romney on stage speaking to the crowd and next we have our reporters Claire, Hannah and Nick with Ohio Congressman Bob Latta. Many thanks to our for the on-the-scene report!

Romney Rally in West Allis, Wisconsin Monday (Oct 29) 7pm

Team Obama puts up a firewall and Team Romney knocks it down. Help complete the sweeping changes that began in the Badger State in 2010 and paint Wisconsin red on November 6:

You’re Invited to a Victory Rally with Mitt Romney and the Republican Team

When: Monday, October 29, 2012

Doors Open 5:00 PM | Program Begins 7:00 PM

Where: Wisconsin Products Pavilion, 640 South 84th Street, West Allis, WI 53214

To register for the event, click here.

All attendees will go through airport-like security and should bring as few personal items as possible. No bags, sharp objects, umbrellas, liquids, or signs will be allowed in the venue. Cameras are permitted.

Questions: TeamWI@MittRomney.com | (608) 535-9307
For Important Campaign Updates: Text (WI) to GOMITT (466488)

Mitt Romney & Paul Ryan @ Red Rocks, CO Tuesday Oct 23

Romney Draws 12,000 in Defiance, Ohio; Population 16,484–Obama Draws 12,000 in Cleveland; Population: 393,806

Romney rally in Defiance, Ohio:

RT @scottwfoster: Estimated crowd count at Romney’s Defiance, OH rally: 12k. Estimate at Obama’s Cleveland rally: 12k. #ohio#decision2012

— Sarah Huisenga (@SarahH_CBSNJ) October 26, 2012

This first fantastic photo is by our own Battlegroundwatch.com correspondent Mark White who previously provided the Sidney, Ohio photos.  Just amazing


The photo on the left is  the next generation we’re all fighting for, our team of intrepid reporters: Claire, Nick and Hannah.  The middle photo is from NBC. The third in this row is from the Romney campaign.


Colorado in Focus

Dan Balz has a really good write-up of the western states and specifically the campaigns’ focus on Colorado.  He does an especially good job of capturing the energy around Romney’s visit to Red Rocks Tuesday:

It was after sunset as the flashing lights of Mitt Romney’s motorcade began the steep and winding climb up the hills west of Denver on Tuesday. By the time the Republican candidate arrived at the Red Rocks Amphitheater, the rocks were rocking. Blue lights bathed the rock walls flanking the seating area. The Romney campaign’s stylized “R” logo was projected in white against the rocks. At the opposite end of the vast open-air setting, five American flags were hanging high up at the back of the big stage. The stage had a faux-autumn, western setting of fence posts, artificial grass, rocks and shrubs. The night air was seasonably warm. A crowd estimated at 12,000 people jammed into the outdoor concert venue. Romney patted his heart in response to the thunderous and sustained applause that greeted him when he was introduced on stage by running mate Paul Ryan. Spectators enthusiastically smacked together their red and white thunder sticks with the drop of every zinger or one-liner. For Romney, it was everything he might have hoped for.

The Republican presidential candidate had spent much of the day in the air. A five-hour flight took him from Florida, the scene of his final debate with President Obama, to Las Vegas, where he addressed another enthusiastic, though smaller, crowd at another, though less spectacular, outdoor amphitheater. He declared his campaign supercharged by the debates, and the crowd responded with an enormous roar. Then it was back into his motorcade for the quick drive across the dry, desert Nevada landscape to his campaign charter plane and the flight into Denver for his last stop of the day, to the most competitive of the Western battlegrounds and one that Romney’s campaign may need if he hopes to defeat the president in less than two weeks.

Western Battlegrounds

Four years ago, the Rocky Mountain West was the newly discovered hot spot in presidential politics, a region often ceded to Republicans in presidential campaigns but suddenly on everyone’s radar as a place the Democrats might make a breakthrough that could scramble long-held assumptions about the electoral map. Bill Clinton had won a few of these states when he was running for president, but his success was attributed more to the presence of Ross Perot on the ballot than some seismic shift in the electoral fortunes of national Democrats. Then the rising Hispanic population in states such as Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico and Arizona began to change the political landscape. Democrats took note four years ago and poured money and effort into the region. They set their convention in Denver, and Obama gave his acceptance speech before more than 80,000 people at the stadium where the Denver Broncos play football. His campaign organized effectively, registering voters enough to significantly shift the partisan balance in some states. He won Colorado, Nevada and New Mexico on his way to victory.

Colorado in Focus

Colorado, with nine electoral votes, remains the big prize. Given the landscape in Nevada and New Mexico and Romney’s thread-the-needle path to 270 electoral votes, Colorado is a state he cannot afford to let slip away. Can he win without it? Yes, but as is the case with some other battlegrounds, without those nine votes, his route to victory becomes more difficult. Obama has now felt the highs and lows of mile-high Denver. Four years ago, it was the highs. He won the caucuses against Hillary Rodham Clinton on his way to the nomination and seemed to have a special attachment to the state and city. In the closing days of the 2008 race, he drew a crowd of 100,000 people in Denver, one of his biggest rallies in the city. This year, it could be remembered as the city where his campaign unraveled. His performance in the Denver debate three weeks ago marked a low point for the president. He has been fighting to recover ever since. Obama was scheduled to arrive in Denver on Wednesday afternoon for a big rally, an answer to Romney’s Tuesday evening appearance. His quick stop, part of his 48-hour swing through battleground states all across the country, was aimed at energizing the cadre of voters who were excited by hope and change four years ago and whose enthusiasm is needed to hold the state for a second time. The Denver debate brought a surge of energy to the state’s Republicans, which pulsated at Red Rocks on Tuesday night.

Where the race is won

Republicans need a big turnout in the more conservative areas but say they have little doubt they will get it. Ryan, whose pick cheered conservative Republicans, was working those areas this week. One GOP strategist said enthusiasm among Republicans is way up compared with four years ago. The keys, as has been said repeatedly, are the two big suburban counties around Denver, Jefferson and Arapahoe. There will be plenty written about Ohio, Florida and Virginia over the next dozen days. But no one should lose sight of the competition underway in this Rocky Mountain battleground.

“This must be what momentum looks like” — Des Moines Register

When reporters start write-ups like that you something special is going on:

Cedar Rapids, Ia. – This must be what momentum looks like.

It was a dramatic entrance into Iowa for Mitt Romney on Wednesday – as stirring music played, his campaign airplane touched down at the Eastern Iowa Airport, taxied toward a hangar and parked just 50 feet behind the stage, his campaign motto “Believe in America” visible along its fuselage.

Romney stepped down the jetway to meet a cheering, chanting crowd of more than 3,000 and deliver a high-energy speech that was by turns sharply critical of incumbent President Barack Obama and confidently optimistic about the nation’s future under new leadership.

Namely, him.

Romney, the former governor of Massachusetts, reeled off a litany of troubles facing the country, from debt and deficits to the weak economy.

“But the American people can overcome those challenges if they’re led by leaders who will tell them the truth and lead with integrity and I will.”

Romney’s appearance capped off one of the busier days of the Iowa presidential campaign, and comes amidst a frenzied final push to Election Day. Obama appeared in Davenport Wednesday morning at the start of a two-day trip that will take him to six battleground states. Romney’s rally followed high-profile visits from other national Republicans, including Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell, and Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus.

The pro-Romney roars at times where deafening inside the sheet metal structure – despite the fact many of the attendees had been in place for hours, and some were turned away at the door per the fire marshal’s warning about the building’s maximum occupancy. (emphasis added)

Romney Rally in Defiance, Ohio Thursday (Oct 25) 7:15pm

After his western states’ swing, Romney heads back to the rust belt to rally the good folks in Ohio. The intrepid Battlegroundwatch.com reporters will be on the scene so hopefully we have some good photos from the event:

You’re invited to a Victory Rally and Concert with Mitt Romney, John Rich and Alabama’s Randy Owen

When: Thursday, October 25, 2012

Doors Open 5:15 PM | Event Begins 7:15 PM

Where: Defiance High School Football Stadium, 1755 Palmer Drive, Defiance, OH 43512

To register for the event, click here.

All attendees will go through airport-like security and should bring as few personal items as possible. No bags, sharp objects, umbrellas, liquids, or signs will be allowed in the venue. Cameras are permitted.

For questions, contact us at: OHEvents@mittromney.com | (614) 547-2290
For Important Campaign Updates: Text OH to GOMITT (466488)

Romney Rally in Reno, Nevada Wednesday (Oct 24) 11:15am

Mitt Romney once shot a man in Reno just to watch him die . . . at least I believe that’s the next Obama campaign accusation for Romney. See for yourself tomorrow:

Victory Rally with Mitt Romney & The Republican Team!

When: Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Doors Open 9:15 AM | Event Begins 11:15 AM

Where: Reno Events Center, 400 North Center Street, Reno, NV 89501

To register for the event, click here.

All attendees will go through airport-like security and should bring as few personal items as possible. No bags, sharp objects, umbrellas, liquids, or signs will be allowed in the venue. Cameras are permitted.

For questions, contact us at: TeamNV@mittromney.com | (702) 900-2079
For Important Campaign Updates: Text NV to GOMITT (466488)

Romney-Ryan Rally in Henderson, Nevada Tuesday (Oct 23) 11:45am

Team Romney is bringing the heavy artillery to drive up the enthusiasm and push on with that early vote effort.  They fly across the country after the debate to Clark County were 67% of the Nevada vote resides.  Get involved:

Victory Rally with Mitt Romney, Paul Ryan & The Republican Team!

When: Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Doors Open 9:45 AM | Event Begins 11:45 AM

Where: Henderson Pavilion, 200 South Green Valley Parkway, Henderson, NV 89012

To register for the event, click here.

All attendees will go through airport-like security and should bring as few personal items as possible. No bags, sharp objects, umbrellas, liquids, or signs will be allowed in the venue. Cameras are permitted.

For questions, contact us at: TeamNV@mittromney.com | (702) 900-2079
For Important Campaign Updates: Text NV to GOMITT (466488)

Romney Rally in Chesapeake, Virginia Today (Oct 17) 12:45pm

Mitt Romney’s first post debates stops will be in the Old Dominion state today. The first 500 attendees will receive a free foam mitt!

You’re Invited to a Victory Rally with Mitt Romney and the Republican Team! Special Guest Country Music Star Lee Greenwood

When: Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Doors Open 10:45 AM | Event Begins 12:45 PM

Where: Tidewater Community College, 1428 Cedar Rd, Chesapeake, VA 23322

To register for the event: click here.

Parking Will Be Located at Corner of Cedar Road and Cahoon Parkway, Chesapeake, VA 23323

Shuttle services to and from the event will be provided starting at 10:00 AM.

For questions, contact us at: TeamVA@mittromney.com or (757) 279-8253
For Important Campaign Updates: Text VA to GOMITT (466488)

All attendees will go through airport-like security and should bring as few personal items as possible. No bags, sharp objects, umbrellas, liquids, or signs will be allowed in the venue. Cameras are permitted.

America’s Comeback Team: Romney-Ryan in Lancaster, Ohio

No estimate on crowd size yet:

Victory Rally with Mitt, Paul & the GOP Team in Lancaster, Ohio Today (Oct 12) 5:15pm

The Romney team’s emphasis on Ohio is undeniable.  After the monster rallies earlier this week, both top dogs are doing a joint town hall in Ohio later this evening:

 Victory Rally with Mitt Romney, Paul Ryan, And The Republican Team!

When: Friday, October 12, 2012

Doors Open 3:15 PM | Event Begins 5:15 PM

Where: Lancaster Town Square, 104 East Main Street, Lancaster, Ohio 43130

To register for the event, click here.

All attendees will go through airport-like security and should bring as few personal items as possible. No bags, sharp objects, umbrellas, liquids, or signs will be allowed in the venue. Cameras are permitted.

For questions, contact us at: OHEvents@mittromney.com | (614) 547-2290
For Important Campaign Updates: Text OH to GOMITT (466488)

“Huge crowd for Romney shocks officials in Ohio town” — Sidney, Ohio

We  had our own intrepid reporters on the scene giving you the scoop on the “Obama size” crowd in Sidney, Ohio yesterday with their very own photos.  Now the local press reports on the phenomenon that is the groundswell of support for Romney all over Ohio evidenced by that jarring headline.  Here is the write-up:

SIDNEY, Ohio — Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney received a warm reception on a cold evening at the Shelby County Fairgrounds Wednesday as he addressed a crowd estimated at more than 8,500 people, more than eight times the number expected to turn out. Josh Romney, one of five sons, introduced his father, describing the former governor of Massachusetts as “my hero and the next president of the United States.” As the elder Romney took the stage, the sea of people rose into a breaking wave of cell phones and cameras to capture the momentous event, chanting “four more weeks, four more weeks!” Romney told the crowd he’d been watching President Barack Obama’s rallies hearing the chants of “four more years, but said, “I’ve been looking at my calendar and I think ’four more weeks’ is more appropriate.”

Chris Gibbs, chairman of the Shelby County Republican Party, said the event was a “huge undertaking” but was an undeniable success. “The Romney team was meticulous in organizing, and the ability to put on a production like this in such a short amount of time is fantastic,” Gibbs said. Attendance far surpassed the initial projection of about 1,000. “I was initially concerned there were still folks outside when the program started,” Gibbs said. The line stretched several deep the whole length of the fairgrounds and most of the way around the racetrack as the thousands patiently moved in.

Romney Rally in Richmond, Virginia Wednesday (Oct 10)

After the Paul Ryan debate on Thursday, the barnstorming continues in Richmond, Virginia:


You’re Invited to a Victory Rally with Mitt Romney and the Republican Team!

When: Friday, October 12, 2012

Doors Open 9:30 AM | Event Begins 11:30 AM

Where: Mobility Supercenter, 7450 Midlothian Turnpike, Richmond, VA 23225

To register for the event: click here.

For questions, contact us at: TeamVA@mittromney.com or (757) 279-8253
For Important Campaign Updates: Text VA to GOMITT (466488)

All attendees will go through airport-like security and should bring as few personal items as possible. No bags, sharp objects, umbrellas, liquids, or signs will be allowed in the venue. Cameras are permitted.

Romney Crowd in Sidney, Ohio is “Obama Size” According to Jeff Zeleny of the New York Times

Another great crowd in Sidney, Ohio today with an interesting observation:

The above tweet from Jeff Zeleny is more important than the actual number because of the comparative nature of events and crowd sizes. Yesterday’s Romney crowd was 12,000 — a fantastic showing. But that was in Cuyahoga County, a densely populated region who saw 658k people vote in 2008. Today’s rally was in the more sparsely populated Shelby County that saw 23k people vote in 2008. Romney’s turnout tonight of 8,000 9000 (h/t Kevin in the comments) is 39% of the entire county … 39% of the ENTIRE County.

And in Battlegroundwatch.com first, we have our own intrepid reporters on the scene with crowd shots from the event.  The below are from “markoh” and his two children (youth vote!):

Romney Rally in Sidney, Ohio Wednesday (Oct 10) 6:00pm

After the massive rally in the densely populated blue county of Summit where Obama won by 17% in 2008, he heads to friendlier confines but more sparsely populated Shelby County where McCain won 68% to 31%. Expect a great crowd in the redder part of the state:

You’re Invited to a Victory Rally with Mitt Romney, Josh Romney and The Republican Team!

With Special Guest, Country Music Star Collin Raye

When: Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Doors Open 4:00 PM | Event Begins 6:00 PM

Where: Shelby County Fairgrounds
Please arrive and park at the entrance at: 901 Campbell Road, Sidney, Ohio 45365

To get your ticket, click here.

All attendees will go through airport-like security and should bring as few personal items as possible. No bags, sharp objects, umbrellas, liquids, or signs will be allowed in the venue. Cameras are permitted.

For questions, contact us at: OHEvents@mittromney.com | (614) 547-2290
For Important Campaign Updates: Text OH to GOMITT (466488)

Romney Rally in Van Meter, Iowa Tuesday (Oct 8) 11:30am

The Hawkeye State wants to get better acquainted with Mitt Romney and he feels the same way too.  Stop and and say high for what promises to be an awesome rally:

You’re Invited to a Rally with Mitt Romney in Iowa!

When: Tuesday, October 9th, 2012

Doors Open 9:30 AM | Event Begins 11:30 AM

Where: Koch Family Farm, 2261 105th Street, Van Meter, IA 50261

To register for the event, click here

All attendees will go through airport-like security and should bring as few personal items as possible. No bags, sharp objects, umbrellas, liquids, or signs will be allowed in the venue. Cameras are permitted.

For questions, contact us at: TeamIA@mittromney.com | (515) 758-0492
For Important Campaign Updates: Text (IA) to GOMITT (466488)