Mitt Romney began his two-day campaign swing through Texas Tuesday. He first spoke at the Southwest Office Systems in Fort Worth about President Obama’s record on jobs and the number of Hispanics out of work and living in poverty. "This Obama economy has been hard particularly on Hispanic businesses and Hispanic Americans," he said. "I don't know if you've seen the numbers recently, but did you know that the rate of unemployment among Hispanic Americans rose last month to 11%. And that the people in this country that are poor, living in poverty, one out of three are Hispanic American."The full Story is HERE and the VIDEO below:
This Hispanic-led company has been in business since 1964 and is one of the largest minority-owned independent office equipment firms in the Southwest. Romney later added "I can tell you that if I'm the next President of the United States, I'll be the president for all Americans and make sure this economy is good for all Americans, Hispanic and otherwise." This was Romney's first public campaign appearance in the Lone Star State, Romney also held a campaign fundraiser in downtown Dallas Tuesday and has more fundraising events Wednesday in San Antonio and Houston.
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