Mitt Romney’s busy day one

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Mitt Romney’s planning a jam-packed first day if elected to the Oval Office: repeal Obamacare, tackle the deficit, move to cut taxes and stand-up to China — all in 24 hours. 

His campaign released four new TV ads late last week, each one catering to a specific swing state. The spots mention what he would do on the first day and what he would accomplish within his first 100 days on the job. The ads are running in Iowa, North Carolina, Ohio and Virginia.
  • Iowa: “Day one, President Romney moves to repeal Obamacare and attacks the deficit, starting with $20 billion in savings.”
  • North Carolina: “Day one, President Romney moves to repeal Obamacare. Then Romney moves to cut taxes that kill jobs.” 
  • Virginia: “Day one, President Romney moves to repeal Obamacare and attacks the deficit, starting with $20 billion in savings.”
  • Ohio: “Day one, President Romney stands up to China, demands a level playing field for our businesses and workers.” 




Iowa, North Carolina, Virginia, Ohio and Mitt Romney

Mitt Romney's busy day one

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