Romney Stops In Chesapeake After Debate

October 17, 2012 | By
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Presidential candidate Mitt Romney held a rally at Tidewater Community College in Chesapeake on Oct. 17, 2012.Credit: WAVY/Aaron Kurtz

Romney stops in Chesapeake after debate to hold a rally at Tidewater Community College:

CHESAPEAKE, VA –  Presidential candidate Mitt Romney made his first post-debate stop in Hampton Roads.

The former governor of Massachusetts spoke for 25 minutes to a crowd of 3,500 at Tidewater Community College Wednesday afternoon.

Photos: Mitt Romney visits Chesapeake

Watch the full speech here.

As expected, Governor Romney’s speech focused mainly on his economic plan, but he also specifically addressed female voters and the military community.

“I’m counting on you. We have 20 days. I’m going to do everything in my power to get America back. I need your help,” said Governor Romney.

A very confident Mitt Romney walked onto the stage at TCC with his sleeves rolled up, ready to get to work. His first topic was Tuesday night’s debate .

“I have to be honest with you. I love these debates, you know, these things are great,” said Governor Romney. “I think it’s interesting the president still doesn’t have an agenda for the second term.”

Romney spoke about the undecided voters who asked the candidates questions in the town hall debate. He referenced college student ‘Jeremy’ who needs a job, ‘Lorraine’ who asked about immigration reform, and ‘Catherine’ who brought up equal pay in the work force.

Read the whole story:  WAVY


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