Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Mitt Romney is going to Iowa

Mitt Romney is heading to Iowa on May 27th where he has scheduled a busy day:
  • Romney will speak from noon to 1 p.m. at the State Historical Building, according to the Greater Des Moines Partnership. Click HERE for more information.
  • He will then head to eastern Iowa for an event hosted by the Linn and Johnson County Republican Committees.
Read the full story HERE.

Iowa, once thought to be a Huckabee stronghold, now has Huckabee and Romney virtually tied at the top in three recent polls:

Hawkeye Poll: Romney on top Nationally, Huckabee leads Romney by 1% in Iowa

ARG Survey Iowa 2012 GOP Caucus: Huckabee and Romney virtually tied

PPP Polling: Huckabee 1st, Romney 2nd in Iowa 

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larry said...

Wouldn't it be great if everything was over before Florida?

Ellie said...

Larry. It would be, but it would not be as fun!

Anonymous said...

I hope that there are Iowans who are concerned enough about the economy to vote for someone who knows more about it than an ex-preacher we all know.


Anonymous said...

He came. He saw. He conquered.

Ann said...

It would be great if Mitt could win here as well as NH and NV early.

Revolution 2012 said...

Iowa is DOABLE for Romney!