Romney visiting Downtown and Carthage | Politics
CINCINNATI (FOX19) – Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is making a trip to the Cincinnati area Wednesday and Thursday, and then returning to Ohio for a weekend trip.
Romney, who has clinched the nomination and is campaigning against President Obama, is holding a fundraiser Wednesday night at the Hilton Netherland Hotel in Downtown. Early Thursday afternoon, he will make a visit to Seilkop Industries off North Bend Road in Carthage. Seilkop owns five businesses that make different types of precision metal parts. The Romney campaign hasn’t said what the theme of the visit will be.
Beginning Friday, the campaign will make a whirlwind bus through parts of the Northeast and Midwest, including stops Sunday in the Cleveland, Columbus, and Dayton areas. The Dayton Daily News is reporting Romney’s Dayton stop will be at K’s Hamburger Shop in Troy, and that Speaker of the House John Boehner of West Chester will join him there.
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