Presidential hopeful Mitt Romney rallied Republican volunteers in Fairfax County Wednesday, stressing the importance of Virginia’s legislative elections in his first public appearance in the swing state this year.
“I’m just here to do my very best to encourage the people in Fairfax County to send a message across this commonwealth and across the nation — that is we want our country back,’’ Romney said.
Republican presidential candidate former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney.
More than a hundred supporters and reporters gathered outside the tiny headquarters of the Fairfax County Republican Committee to catch a glimpse of Romney.
In the final weeks before the Nov. 8 election, several high-profile politicians are stopping in the state to raise money and energize volunteers as Republicans and Democrats battle for control of the Virginia Senate.
Romney was joined by Gov. Robert F. McDonnell, chairman of the Republican Governors Association, Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling, head of Romney’s campaign in Virginia, and several local and state candidates.
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