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Sen. Rob Portman recounted the impact of Neil Armstrong, the Ohioan who was the first man to step onto the moon, at this morning’s breakfast, and Armstrong is expected to be featured prominently when the Republican National Convention officially launces tomorrow.

Portman is the first of a lineup of speakers at the Ohio delegation breakfast. After talking of Armstrong as a modest man who inspried America, he praised Mitt Romney’s pick of Paul Ryan as his running mate and moved onto the need to get out the Republican vote in Ohio.

 

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One Response to “Neil Armstrong gets prominent remembrances in Ohio”

  1. rip Says:

    No one else can say they were the first to land on the moon. Thank you Neil!

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