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Ann Romney in Hamilton
Ann Romney campaigns for husband in Ohio
Story by MARK HEYNE
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Mitt (left) and Ann (right) Romney serving pancakes on Father's Day 2012
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Ann Romney rallied with her husband's supporters in Ohio today, including at a company in Butler County. She spoke to an audience of several hundred people who gathered at Vinylmax Windows in Hamilton.

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Ann Romney rallied with her husband’s supporters in Ohio today, including a stop at a company in Butler County.  She spoke to an audience of several hundred people who gathered at Vinylmax Windows in Hamilton:

“We have a big choice to make and I think Ohio’s going to be a big piece of that.  You know how important Ohio is and this part of Ohio is very important to us.  We have to get out there and get our message out that it is a critical time for the course we’re going to take for our country.”

Ohio Lt. Governor Mary Taylor, along with Cindy McCain, the wife of 2008 GOP nominee John McCain, and Jane Portman, the wife of U.S. Senator Rob Portman were also at the rally.  All expressed their support and confidence that Mitt Romney’s policies would get the country moving in the right direction.

 

Ohio Lt. Governor Mary Taylor, along with Cindy McCain, the wife of 2008 GOP nominee John McCain, and Jane Portman, the wife of U.S. Senator Rob Portman were also at the rally. All expressed their support and confidence that Mitt Romney's policies would get the country moving in the right direction.

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