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Romney Turns Campaign Rally Into Disaster Relief Event

GOPtruther Wrote: Oct 30, 2012 6:24 PM
Yes in a big damaging event like this, it would be great to have each state coordinating with each other separately. That would only take a few months to coordinate. It would be great to have each governor on air, giving updates and possibly conflicting reports on national television. That wouldn't get confusing at all. We should probably make an exception for things like hurricanes hitting the most densely populated part of the country.

As you already know, Mitt Romney cancelled campaign events Monday and Tuesday in light of Hurricane Sandy however, he is planning to hold a disaster relief event in Ohio Tuesday afternoon, which was originally supposed to be a campaign rally.

Romney early today bagged plans to go to Lima and Dayton Tuesday, citing Hurricane Sandy. But his campaign just sent a release: Tomorrow’s event in Dayton is on – this time as a disaster relief event where Romney may make brief remarks. The campaign is encouraging attendees to bring disaster relief supplies to the event.