Skip to comments.Romney rally today [6:30AM doors open - Orlando-Avion Jet Center for 9AM speech]
Posted on 11/05/2012 1:52:44 AM PST by Cincinatus' Wife
Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney is squeezing in one last visit to Central Florida Monday, while First Lady Michelle Obama will rally support for her husband in south Orange County the same day.
.....This will be Romney's fourth visit to Central Florida in as many weeks. President Barack Obama's only scheduled visit to the area during the past month was canceled because of Hurricane Sandy.
Romney will speak at 9 a.m. at Avion Jet Center, 2841 Flightline Ave., Orlando Sanford International Airport. Doors open at 6:30 a.m.
Free tickets are are available at mittromney.com/FL or through Romney For President offices at: 218 State Road 436, Casselberry; 501 N Orlando Ave, Suite 239, Winter Park; or , 234 S. Semoran Blvd, Orlando.
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If O is sending Moochelle there, its not a state the President can win.
If he thought FL was up for grabs, he’d show up in Orange County himself.
Romney is going there to make sure things are well in hand despite a judicial-assisted last minute effort to boost Democratic voting turnout in central FL.
Saw Mitt in Miami last week.
We keep seeing polls that say Mitt has this state won, so why does he keep coming back??
I like his enthusiasm, but something tells me he has a reason for so many returns.
Stomach is churning.
The Left is going to pull out all the stops to steal FL....
“President Barack Obama’s only scheduled visit to the area during the past month was canceled because of Hurricane Sandy.”
Is this the one where he went down there then his handlers changed their mind? If so, no big surprise at the pro-Obama phrasing.
I guess its to get swing vote out for Romney. Orlando is in the I-4 corridor so this is where Romney is spending his last day.
Moochelle is going there to try to lock down the base in south Orange County - same region.
Five things that could go wrong on Election Day in Florida "TALLAHASSEE Balloting mishaps, confusion and alleged voter fraud won't mean much in the post-election analysis if Tuesday's presidential election isn't close and Florida doesn't matter.
But with polls indicating a tight race between President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney, the slightest glitch be it a jammed optical scanner in North Miami or a spike in provisional ballots in Gainesville could be memorialized as this campaign's hanging chad.
"In close races, an entire state's elections process goes under the microscope," said Ed Foley, an Ohio State University law professor and elections expert. "With that type of scrutiny, things always turn up."
Here are five issues that could grab the national spotlight by the time official results are certified.................."
I’m going to see Mitt and Ryan tonight in Manchester, NH to close this thing out. I’m not going to get much sleep in the next 48 hours...but if they end up winning I won’t need any caffeine on Wednesday :)
Not quite. Going to be a busy day.
Funny, down in Miami the media, in the tank for Obamugabe, is emphasizing Mitt is in SANFORD....obviously trying to play the “Trayvon Martin was murdered there” race card.
2000 made Florida a state that you cant afford not to go to even if you are ahead, and it is one that went Obama in 08.
The key is winning the Bush states from 04 and picking off some blue states.
Wonder how many people the Nutrition Minister and First Bullmoose is going to pull in.
I think he is in Florida for the exact same reason he was in Virginia last night: he is keeping the coals warm. Mitt will win both states.
Where is “the chair” today? I think that will be more telling than where Mitt is.
Plenty big crowd .. no Springsteen , no Stevie Wonder.. SRO in the hanger and it spilled out to the flightline... an easy 5,000+ crowd with no real advance notice.
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