In a true example of leadership, Mitt Romney has sent his campaign bus to aid in hurricane relief as Hurricane Sandy prepares to slam into the northeast as early as tonight. Donations were being accepted today at the Romney campaign Virginia headquarters. Ann Romney was scheduled to appear in New Hampshire tomorrow, but has canceled plans so resources can be spent helping people affected by the storm. Twitchy has more:
President Obama has canceled and rearranged campaign events in preparation for the storm, something he didn't do in the aftermath of the 9/11 terror attacks in Benghazi.
President Obama is canceling some campaign events in Virginia and Colorado so he can monitor Hurricane Sandy during and after its expected landfall on the East Coast.
After a campaign event Monday in Youngstown, Ohio, Obama will return to the White House as states from the mid-Atlantic to New England braced for what forecasters called a massive storm, according to the White House. Obama plans to skip campaign events in northern Virginia on Monday and Colorado Springs on Tuesday.
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