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Romney To Rally For Support In Orange City

September 7, 2012, 11:13 AM by Ben Dunsmoor

Romney To Rally For Support In Orange City
ORANGE CITY, IA -

Now that the Democratic National Convention is over, the race to the White House is in full swing.

Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney will try to win over undecided voters in northwest Iowa Friday at noon when he holds a rally in Orange City.

It is Romney's first official campaign stop after President Barack Obama accepted the nomination from the Democratic party Thursday evening.

He is speaking to a crowd at Northwestern College.  The event is set up as a town hall, so spectators will be around Romney as he speaks.  

Both Romney and Obama will likely make a number of campaign stops in Iowa in the next 60 days leading up to Election Day. 

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