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The state of New York is in the north-eastern part of the USA. It is the fourth most populated state in the USA. The largest city is New York City where there is a population of over 8.55 million. You will find a diverse geography here, with mountains and oceans, rivers and lakes.

There are many interesting landmarks throughout the state including some of the most visited places in the world. There are over 200 colleges and universities in the state, some of which have been ranked in the top 40 in the world.

Cuisine is vastly different in every area you visit, depending on the culture of the inhabitants. Be prepared to try different types of food, and explore the many places in the state. Don’t be afraid to ask questions – New Yorkers will gladly tell you all about their state!

1. Central Park

You will find this park in Manhattan. It covers over 843 acres and is the most visited park in the USA, drawing an amazing 40 million visitors each year. It has also been the subject of more movies than any other location in the world.

Pack a picnic lunch, or buy some local cuisine, and spend an afternoon here. Who knows who you will see! You may even get to watch a movie being made!

2. One World Observatory

This observatory is in Manhattan, and you will find it in the tallest building in the western hemisphere. The observatory is on the 100th floor, and can be reached via the ‘Sky Pod’ elevator which will get you up there in just 60 seconds.

There is an interactive tour which is highly recommended. You will be able to see videos of the building of the tower, along with learning about the history of the city.
At the top you will have a 360-degree view of the Manhattan skyline. You will find three cafes for casual snacks, small plates, and cocktails. There is also a restaurant with full dining features, although be sure to make reservations if you want to visit here.

3. 9/11 Memorial

You can visit this relatively new museum to pay tribute to the events of 9/11. The museum is dedicated to all the victims and is full of artefacts, recordings, photographs, and personal accounts of the day.

Be prepared for this to be an emotional visit, although it is one that you may want to make if you visit New York. The visit to the museum will take a half a day, although you may want to take some time to look around the area.

4. Gracie Mansion

This is the official home of the Mayor of New York City. You can take a tour of the mansion only on Tuesdays, and only at the times of 10am, 11am, 2pm, and 3pm.

Look out for the art and architecture as well as the furniture and books which are displayed. All of them reflect an important part of the history of the city.

Allow yourself a half day to do one of the tours, and see the gardens of the mansion. Keep an eye open for the mayor or his family, who do appear from time to time.

5. Empire State Building

You will find this in midtown Manhattan. It is 102 stories high, with the roof being at a height of 1,250 feet. If you include the antennae, the height is 1,454 feet high, making it the fifth tallest completed skyscraper in the USA, and it is also the 28th tallest building in the world.

There are observation decks on level 86 and 102, and these are visited by over 4 million people every year.

The building has been filmed in many movies such as King Kong, which was the first time it was filmed, in 1933. It has also been included as one of the ‘Seven Wonders of the Modern World’.
You can buy your ticket online so you avoid the queues.

Plan to spend a whole day in the area, although a visit to one of the decks will only take a half day. The area has plenty to see and do, so enjoy yourself looking around.

6. National September 11 Memorial and Museum

The memorial and the museum are located at the site of the World Trade Centre, where the Twin Towers were.

Take your time looking at the forest of trees and the two square pools in the centre. This is the exact place where the Twin Towers stood. The museum and memorial were opened to the public in 2014. Over a million visitors came during the first three months, and you should be prepared to be moved when you see it.

There are private tours which are often hosted by family members or first responders.

Allow yourself a half day to see the memorial and the museum, then spend some time in the area as there is plenty to see.

7. General Ulysses S. Grant Memorial

You will find this in Morningside heights, Manhattan. It is a memorial and final resting place of General Grant, who was the 18th president of the USA. His wife Julia Dent Grant is buried close by.

There is a very informative Visitor’s Centre where staff will answer any questions you may have.

The Memorial is free to the public, but it is only open on Wednesday to Saturday. It will only take a short while to see the memorial although the area is interesting to explore.

8. Chrysler Building

This building is easily spotted, as it is a very large triangle of Art Deco architecture. It is without a doubt, the most eye-catching skyscraper in NYC.

If possible, try to visit at night time when the windows are ablaze with lights. Notice the giant eagles instead of traditional gargoyles. Look out for the relief sculpture of racing cars and chrome hubcaps.

When it was being built, there was a race for the tallest building in Manhattan. The Chrysler won the race, but was very soon relieved of that crown by the Empire State Building in 1930.

9. One World Trade Centre

You may have heard of this as Freedom Tower. You will find it in Lower Manhattan. This is now the tallest building in the western hemisphere, and the 6th tallest in the world.
The total height is 1,776 feet tall. You may notice that the height in feet (1,776) is also the year of the Declaration of Independence.

Make sure you take a camera as this is an amazing thing to see. Spend a bit of time looking around the centre, take a ride up to the observation deck and enjoy the fantastic views.

10. Intrepid Sea, Air, and Space Museum

This is an American Military and Maritime museum which is to be found in New York City. You will find it on Pier 86 on the west side of Manhattan.

Here you will be able to see exhibits about the USS Intrepid, a Concorde SST, submarine USS Growler, and the Space Shuttle Enterprise.

The museum was opened in 1982, and is very popular with tourists. Plan to spend a full day here. There is a café where you can get lunch or snacks.

11. Statue of Liberty

While you may have seen pictures of this statue, nothing will prepare you for the sheer size of it! The statue, which is made of copper, was presented to the USA by French sculptor Bartholdi in October 1886.

The lady represents Libertas, a roman goddess. She has a torch above her head in her right hand. In her left hand she has a tablet with the date of the Declaration of Independence carved on it. At her feet, note the broken chain.

This is the first sight most immigrants see when they arrive from abroad. You can get onto the island and see the statue by taking a ferry, or one of the many cruises offered in the vicinity.

Buy your tickets online to ensure you get to see it when you want to.

Plan to spend a full day here, and be sure to take your camera!

12. Cycle along the Hudson

If you enjoy cycling, then this is a great way to see the sights along the Hudson river. Head to the west side of Manhattan. You will find cycle docking stations along the way, making it easy for you to rent one, and return it when you are finished.

The cycle path runs from north to south along the river, right at the edge. There are many cafes where you can stop for lunch, or take your own and stop wherever you please.

13. Theatre District

There are over 40 Broadway theatres in New York, and each year 13 million people visit them. Most of the theatres are in the well-known theatre district which is between 41st street and 52nd street.

Each season brings new shows and plays. Sometimes there are reruns of old favourites. The spring and fall seasons are where you will get the best deals, so be sure to check these times out. Most theatres will offer discounts at this time.

Treat yourself to a night in a hotel, then enjoy a show and a meal.

14. Times Square

Many years ago, this area was known for vice and drugs, but it has been changed and become a place where people get together. The most well-known time is New Year’s Eve, where the area comes to life, with a spectacular countdown and firework display.

If being in the midst of huge crowds does not appeal to you, then head for the Visitor’s Centre where you can see the New Year in on a smaller scale, and with a little less noise.

15. African Burial Ground

You will find this in Lower Manhattan. In 1991, at the start of a construction project, a burial ground of slaves was discovered. More than 400 caskets were uncovered, dating back to when New York had more slaves that any other US city.

There is a great Visitor’s Centre where you can learn all about that era of American-African history.

Allow a half day to look around here.

16. Liberty Island

This is the island where you will find the Statue of Liberty. It used to be called Bedloe’s Island but was renamed in 1956.

Most ferry tickets you buy will include a self-guided tour of the island. Most of these tours last about 40 minutes.

Be sure to stop in at the Information centre where you will learn about the statue and its history.

Access to the Crown is limited so if you plan on doing this, you must book in advance. You must also be able to walk up at least 146 steps in a confined space.

Plan to spend most of the day on the island, there are cafes, where you can get refreshments and snacks.

17. Bushwick Street Art

This neighbourhood is in the northern area of NYC and is historically comprised of Germanic immigrants and families. Since the late 20th century this has branched out to include Hispanic families.

If you are interested in street art, then you should plan a visit here. Empty walls seem to cry out for paint on them, and national as well as international artists have put their marks here. Look for names such as Banksy, ROA, Shepard Fairey, and Veng, to name a few.

All the walls are painted with the consent of the owners. The project, which was started by Joe Ficalora in 2012, has grown tremendously. It is called the Bushwick Collective.

Plan to spend a day here. Try to spot as many pictures as you can, and see how many names you recognise.

18. Brooklyn Brewery Tours

The brewery in Brooklyn has been making beer since 1988. They now produce a wide range of beers which you can buy in the shop.

Make sure you try a Brooklyn Summer Ale, and their Brooklyn Black Chocolate Stout, which is a new addition to the range.

Make sure you check the opening times and upcoming events.

Take a tour through the brewery – they are free – and learn about how these beers are perfected. Be aware that the tours run only on Saturday and Sunday, on the hour from 1 – 5pm, 1-4 pm on Sunday.

19. Rockefeller Centre

This area is described as one of the greatest projects of the Depression period, and was declared a landmark in 1985, as well as am historical landmark in 1987. Most people associate it with the annual lighting of the Christmas tree.

There are in fact 19 buildings in the complex, which you will find between 48th and 51st street in New York City.

This area is well-known for shopping, dining, and exploring. It is also home to many amazing sculptures and paintings. You may recognise some tv shows which were filmed there such as the Today Show, and Saturday Night live.

If you enjoy ice skating, then head there for a few hours. Plan on spending full day here as there is so much to see and do.

20. City Hall

This has been the home of New York City’s government since 1812. It is the oldest city hall in the USA. An interesting point is that it is still used for the original purpose. You will find it facing the Brooklyn Bridge, in Lower Manhattan.

It is a good idea to take one of the many tours available. This will take you through the marble hall, the governor’s room, and where, for a short while, Abraham Lincoln’s coffin lay in state in 1865.

It is important that you book this tour in advance as they fill up quickly.

21. Roosevelt Island Tramway

The tramway was the first aerial tramway in the USA, having been opened in 1976. It spans The East River, connecting Roosevelt Island and Upper East Side, Manhattan.
This was one of the first forms of mass transport and is still one of the few which uses a MetroCard.
The views of Manhattan are fantastic. A point to know here is that the movie ‘Spiderman’ was filmed in the tramway.
Plan to spend a half day on the island, although you may decide to stay longer. There is plenty to de and see, and cafes to eat and drink.

22. New York Historical Society

This is the oldest museum in New York, having been opened in 1804. You will be able to learn all about New York in years gone by.
Look out for things like theatre artefacts, and unique clothing. You will see exhibits of daily life from that era.
Plan to spend a half day in the museum.

23. Ellis Island

This was the entry port for over 12 million immigrants from 1892 till 1954. If you are interested in tracing a relative who came to the USA, then this is a good place to start.
The Museum if filled with many interesting things about the country and the people who arrived there.
You can take the ‘Hard Hat Tour’ which is guided, and 90 minutes long, or you can head off on your own and explore the island.
You will be able to learn all about the Island of Hope, Island of tears on your tour.
It is a good idea to plan a whole day here, be sure to book your ferry in advance to avoid disappointment.

24. Washington Square Park

You will find this public park in Greenwich Village, in Lower Manhattan. In the centre you will find the Washington Square Arch. The fountain area has always been a popular meeting place for locals, as well as tourists.
Many of the buildings are part of the university although they may have been homes for artists in earlier times.
The park is a great place to relax for a while. You can buy snacks nearby and enjoy the surroundings.

25. New York Harbour

The harbour lies at the mouth of the Hudson River which empties into the Atlantic Ocean. This is one of the largest natural harbours in the world.
The harbour and waterways have over 24 islands, some of which you are able to visit.
The best way to see the harbour is to take a cruise. There are plenty of companies which do this, and tours last from 90 minutes up to half day trips.
Depending on where you want to go, allow up to a day for this.

26. Brooklyn Flea Market

If you want to sample local cuisine and enjoy people watching, then head here for a day. There are different vendors each week, and you will find a huge selection of goods to look at and buy, as well as a varied selection of food stalls.
The market supports local industry wherever possible, and you will find everything from food to clothing and shoes.
As the temperatures drop the market relocates to a warehouse in Sunset Park.
If you are after a particular vendor, then you can check on the website to see when they will be selling.

27. Fashion Industry of Technology Museum (FIT)

If fashion through the ages appeals to you, then be sure to check this out. You will find it on 7th Ave and 27th Street, Garment District, Midtown West.
The museum was founded in 1969 and strives to advance knowledge of fashion by way of exhibitions and publications.
Some of the exhibitions include ‘The Corset: Fashioning the Body’, and ‘Gothic: Dark Glamour’.
There is always something going on here and some exhibitions rotate weekly. The permanent collection encompasses over 50,000 garments dating from the 18th century to the present day.
Allow yourself a full day here.

28. Metropolitan Museum of Art

You will find this museum in New York City, it is the largest art museum in the USA. It is also very well visited, with over 7 million visitors in 2016. It has a permanent collection of over 2 million pieces of work, sectioned into 17 departments.
The permanent collections contain art and sculptures from both American and European masters. Look out for the collection of musical instruments which is second to none.
There is an amazing collection of antique weapons and armour from around the world.
Plan to spend the day here, there is enough to see. There is a café where you can stop half way for a snack.

29. The Plaza Hotel

You will find this luxury hotel in the midtown Manhattan area. It was opened in1907. The hotel is marked as an historical building by the National Trust.
You will find dozens of eclectic boutiques here as well as many places to eat, both large and small. Prices range from relatively cheap to top of the range.
You may want to stay a night and enjoy a wonderful meal here.
Plan to spend at least a half day here, perhaps partake of afternoon tea. Weddings are often held there so you may be able to catch a bouquet being thrown!

30. Green Wood Cemetery

This cemetery is one of the most visited in the state of New York. It was founded in 1838 and is the final resting place of over 600,000 people.
This is not your typical cemetery, rather it looks like a leafy, green park. Note that it is also contains Brooklyn’s highest point, namely battle Hill, which was the site of the Revolutionary War.
Notice the statue of the God of Wisdom, Minerva. Keep a lookout for the green parrots who live there.
It will take a half day to see this, and is well worth the time.

31. Flushing Meadows

Head for Corona park and you will not be disappointed. There is an excellent Hall of science to be seen. You can also check out the Arthur Ashe Stadium, and Citi Field.
There is a zoo for the kids, a boating lake, skate park, playfields, barbeque area and hockey centre.
This is a great place to take a picnic lunch and explore the latest addition which is a wetland. Look out for swamp milkweed and azalea. Catch-and-release is permitted in the Meadow Lake.

32. The Brooklyn Bridge

This is one of the oldest road bridges in the USA. The building was started in 1869 and the bridge was finished in 1883. I t connects Manhattan and Brooklyn and is a cable/suspension bridge with a span of 1,595 feet.
A point to note is that this bridge was the first steel wire suspension bridge to be constructed.
It will not take you too long to look at it, but be sure to take your camera and get some shots of the bridge.

33. Carnegie Hall

This is a concert venue in midtown Manhattan. It was designed and built by Andrew Carnegie in 1891, and is still ‘the’ place to go for classical and popular music shows.
There are three different halls in the complex, seating over 3,600 people. Carnegie Hall presents over 250 performances each year, and you must book in advance for any of them.
Plan on spending an evening at a show, then check into a hotel and stay the night. There is accommodation in all price ranges, as well as many restaurants and cafes.

34. Nitehawk Cinema

You will find this in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. As the name suggests it runs well into the night. It has been designed for late night movie-goers, although there is also an afternoon session for new parents and babies.
There is a bar and restaurant, where you can sample shots of your choice, and get a meal from their extensive menu.
Depending on what you like, plan to check into an hotel, and watch a late-night show.

35. Grand Central Terminal

The station, also known locally as grand central, was built to serve commuters going to and from the city. It has now become one of the most visited tourist attractions in the city, bringing about 21 million visitors each year.

There are 44 platforms, which is more than any other station in the world. All the platforms are below ground.

Grand Central is not just a station, it is a collection of unique boutiques and restaurants, with over 35 places to eat and drink, and more than 60 shops to browse.

Look for the clock which is well known as a meeting place for people.

Plan to spend a half day here, although you may want to stay longer, and people watch.

36. Strand Book Store

This bookshop in New York City is where you will find rare and out-of-print books. It is one of the most well-used book shops in the city, with a staggering 18 miles of books on offer!
There is a section of books for $1and many new titles are always on sale well below other stores.

Early editions and rare signed copies are to be found on the third floor.

If you are a book lover, you will want to spend a good amount of time here, so allow yourself at least a half day to browse the shelves.

37. Little Italy

You will find this district in Manhattan. It draws a huge tourist crowd every year, who come to see the souvenir shops and traditional Italian cuisine. The streets abound with bakeries and eateries.
Mulberry street becomes a pedestrian walkway through the summer at weekends, and if possible, you should stay for the San Gennaro festival which happens each September.
If you plan to see the festival, be sure you book accommodation in advance to avoid disappointment.

38. Cherry Blossom festival

This festival is held in the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens, in April.
Stay for the tea ceremonies, anime/magna display, and Kabuki dances. Not to mention cherry blossom as far as you can see.
This is a good place to take an RV, stay a few days and enjoy the festival. Afterwards you can explore other parts of Brooklyn.

39. Trinity Church

This is one of the most well-known religious institutions in the city of New York. It is found on Wall Street.
It was originally built for the Church of England and at the time was the tallest building in the city. This was due to the towering spire.
Look for the 23 bells which can be heard chiming all over downtown Manhattan.
The Church also featured in various movies, one of them being National treasure.
Plan to spend a half day here.

40. Gallow Green

You will find this rooftop bar at the top of the McKittrick Hotel. The staff pose as actors and actresses from a bygone era, complete with costumes and make-up.
Considering that the bar is right at the top of a building, you will be amazed at how green and lush the area is. Vines, shrubs, and lights make this a place where you can escape the bustle of the streets.
Musicians regularly play jazz, with actors providing the entertainment. You will find punch served in copper bowls, and enjoy cocktails you have never heard of before!
It may be wise to stay a night if you are going to truly enjoy the rooftop bar, so check into a hotel, and have a good night out.

41. Brookfield Place

You will find this in Lower Manhattan. It is a luxury complex which may also be called the World Financial centre.
The ground floor is taken up by iconic shops such as Burberry, Hermes, and Gucci. You will also find a food hall a huge variety of restaurants.
Once you have done your shopping, you may want to try your hand at the ice skating (during the cold months), or enjoy the winter gardens, which are enclosed in glass.
You should plan on spending a full day here, as there is plenty to see and do.

42. The Cathedral of St. Patrick

This is a prominent landmark in New York City. It is built in a Neo-Gothic design. The archbishop of the Catholic Archdiocese of New York has the seat here. You will find it across the street from the Rockefeller Centre.
You can take a tour of the cathedral, and must buy a ticket in advance. It is an excellent idea to take the tour as you will learn a lot from your guide.
Make sure you check out Mass times if you plan on attending one.
There is a large visitor’s Centre, and a gift shop where you can buy many religious items.
Plan to spend a half day, including the tour.

43. Nom Wah Tea Parlor

This parlor has been serving dim-sum since 1920, which makes it the oldest dim-sum place in New York. It is classed as a ‘fast-casual’ restaurant with a new take on Chinese food.
You will find that the menu is changed often, and the food is fresh. They have ‘special offers’ on most weeks, so keep a look out for them.
If you enjoy traditional, well-made dim-sum, then be sure you head here for a lunch or dinner.

44. American Museum of Natural History

This museum is located on Upper West Side, Manhattan. This is one of the largest museums in the world. Head for Theodore Roosevelt Park and you will find the complex.
There are 28 buildings housing 45 permanent exhibition halls. Look out for the planetarium and the library.
There are over 33 million exhibits of plants, fossils, animals, rocks, minerals, and stones. There are even exhibits of human remains.
This is one museum which is not to be missed, so plan on spending the full day here. There is a café where you can grab a bite at lunchtime.

45. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

You may also have heard of this as ‘The Guggenheim’. It is an art museum in the Upper East Side of Manhattan.
This museum is the permanent home of a collection of art which continues to expand. The collection consists of Impressionist, Post-Impressionist, Contemporary, and Modern art.
Notice that the building is slightly larger at the top than the base, and is cylindrical. It was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, and has a unique ramp which goes from the ground upwards, in a spiral along the outer edge of the structure.
It will take you most of the day to see the complete museum.

46. Apollo Theatre

You will find this theatre in Harlem. Ella Fitzgerald made her first performance here in 1934. Jimi Hendrix won an Amateur Night Contest here in 1964.
The theatre still attracts big names such as Bruce Springsteen and Tracy Morgan.
Wednesday is Amateur Night, so if you think you have talent and want to show it off, then head over here! If you plan to see a performance be sure to book tickets in advance.

47. Columbus Circle

This iconic landmark in Manhattan is at a very heavily trafficked intersection, located at 8th Avenue and Broadway. This is the official point from where highway distances in New York are measured. Not many people know that it is also the centre of the 25-mile radius in the restricted travel area for C-2 Visa holders.
The monument, and circle were named after Christopher Columbus. You will find the Theatre District close by, and if you he3ad north, you will find Upper West Side.
While it will not take you very long to see the landmark, take some time looking ata the surroundings as there is plenty to see and do.

48. Alphabet City Beer Company

This is a cosy bar/beer store where you can taste the most delectable home crafted beers. You will find over 350 varieties of bottled beer, and 12 types of beer on tap.
Grab a cheese platter and sample a beer. Better still, take your lunch and beer outside and enjoy on one of the many cruises you can take in the harbour.
The company organise summer cruises on their own sailing yacht, the Ventura, where you can see the harbour with a glass of ice cold beer in your hand.
Check out the extensive tap list of interesting beers.
Allow yourself a half day for a cruise. This may not be suitable for children.

49. The High Line

This is to be found on the west side of Manhattan. It is a railway line into the park, and was constructed in 2006. The line is 1.45 miles long and elevated.
The park itself is built on the disused viaduct and runs from Gansevoort Street to the West Side Yard.
The inspiration for the line came from the tree lined avenue in Paris, and it is visited by 5 million people each year, who take the trip to the park.
Grab a picnic lunch and relax in the beautiful surroundings while you people watch.

50. Church of St. Mary

You will find the church in the neighbourhood of Longacre Square, which is also known as Times Square. The church was founded in 1868 and is known for the use of incense, hence the nickname of ‘Smoky Mary’.
The architecture is Gothic, and it is very well-preserved. Look for the vaulted columns which work very well with the organ music. The blue and gold was added during the redecoration in the 1990’s.
It will take about two hours to see the inside and the outside of the church.

51. Brooklyn Heights

It is very easy to forget that you are in a big city when you stand here, as the view is breath-taking. This is exactly what the designer had in mind when it was developed in the 1950’s.
You will find a park where you can stroll, and a waterfront where you can stop and relax. The promenade is 1/3 of a mile long, with picture postcard views of the Statue of Liberty, Brooklyn Bridge, and lower Manhattan.
Note the 19th century houses down the tree lined streets. Allow yourself a half day to look around this area.

52. Lincoln Centre for Performing Arts

You will find this in the borough of Manhattan. It is a complex of buildings set on 16 acres. It hosts many performing arts shows each year, including the New York Philharmonic and the Metropolitan Opera. The NYC Ballet also performs here.
If you plan to see a show here, you must book in advance. You can check out their upcoming events, so you do not miss anything.

53. Coney Island

This forms part of Brooklyn, and is an island full of leisure and entertainment places. 60,000 people live on Coney Island, but it is most well-known for the amusement parks and seaside resort facilities.
Look out for the ‘Brooklyn Cyclones’’, a minor league baseball team who at home there. You may also be lucky enough to catch the New York Cosmos, which is a professional soccer club there.
Plan to spend a full day here. There are plenty of places where you can grab a bite to eat through the day.

54. Aire Ancient Baths

If you need to unwind and relax, then look no further than here! You will find the baths on Franklin Street.
It is essential that you book in advance as only 15 people are allowed in at a time.
You will find six thermal baths, a salt water pool, steam room, and a red wine bath! With flickering candles in terra-cotta lanterns, and soft music playing, you will wish you could stay longer!
Be sure to check out gift boxes to take for special people.
A note here is that the baths are mixed, so you need to bring a swimsuit with you.

55. Chelsea Market

This complex is a food hall, shopping mall, office complex, and a tv production facility, all rolled into one. You will find it in Manhattan. The factory used to be the Nabisco complex, until it was transformed into the market.
Anything you want, you will find here. Foods, clothing, shoes, jewellery, cheese and wines, olive oils, flowers – and the list goes on.
An interesting point here is that ‘The Food Network’ filmed the show ‘Iron Chef America’ here, as well as ‘Emeril Live’.
Plan to spend a day here as there is so much to see. Plenty of places to eat and drink.

56. Copper and Oak Bar

You will find this bar in Allen Street, New York. It is the smallest bar in the city. From the outside it looks just like a hole in the wall, but the inside is a fun-filled atmosphere. Look out for the bourbon barrel, and the fine whiskey collection.
Most evenings there will only be standing room, so try to go early and be prepared for a bit of a crowd. However, the atmosphere and décor make up for all the overcrowding.

57. Coney Island Cyclone

This is a roller coaster ride with a thrilling jolt. It dates back to 1927, to when the island was a booming holiday resort.
The roller coaster rattles and shakes over 2,600 feet of track with 12 drops and 27 elevation changes. The highest elevation is 85 feet, with a drop of 60 foot, which will take your breath away!
Plan to spend a day in the park, there are many other things to see here, and of course there are hot dogs and beer at many cafes!

58. The Comedy Cellar

The original Comedy Cellar is on MacDougal Street, New York. If you enjoy stand-up comedy with some legendary performers, then you need to head here for an evening of entertainment!
Shows are held every day of the week, but reserving in advance is vital as they sell out all the time.
One point to remember is that if you sit in the front row, you may be included in the show!

59. Church of St Luke and St Matthew

Brooklyn architect John Welch designed this fabulous church, and it was modelled on the basilicas of Italy. You will find it in the area of Clinton Hill.
Note the front with the grand arches, and stone walls. A special point of interest here is the rose window over the front door, which is 28 feet in diameter.
Make sure you check out the times if you plan to attend a service.
It will take an hour or two to see the inside of the church, although it is worth spending longer in the area.

60. 34th Street

This major street in New York is in the borough of Manhattan. It connects Lincoln Tunnel and Queens Tunnel. You will know it by the enormous billboard and light display.
It is in this area that you will find Macy’s Department store where the movie ‘Miracle on 34th street’ was filmed.
At 33rd street you will find an indoor shopping mall with many unique boutiques, and restaurants.
Plan to spend a day in the area. In the proximity you can find the Empire State Building, so you could see them both on the same day.

61. Yankee Stadium

If you are a baseball fan, then this should be on your list of things to see. The new field opened in 2009, and although it is very like the original field, there are cup holders at every seat, and high definition scoreboards, making it a lot easier to watch the game!
There is a museum behind Centre Field, so be sure to check this out.
If you plan to watch a game, be prepared to spend a day here. There are plenty of food stalls where you can buy lunch.

62. Whitney Museum of American Art

You may also hear this called ‘The Whitney’. It is an art museum in Manhattan, and was founded in 1931.
The focus here is mainly on 20th and 21st century art, with paintings, sculptures, prints, photographs, and films on exhibit. There are works from over 3,000 artists on display. Most of the work is by artists who are still alive, so it is a very modern place to visit.
There is an annual exhibition which gives less well-known artists a chance to show their works.
Plan to spend a full day here, there is a café where you can grab a bit at lunch time.

63. Union Square

This used to be known as the spot where two of the busiest roads in Manhattan crossed. After that it became a place where rallies and protests have taken place. Now the biggest attraction is the permanently open Green Market which was started by farmers in 1976.
If you fancy a bunch of fresh grapes, or any other fruit and veg, then this is the place to head for. Thousands of local farmers bring their wares here every week, and it is one of the most visited markets in the area.
It may only take you an hour or so to look around here, but it is worth exploring the nearby area.

64. Church of St Francis Xavier

This church has served the Catholic community since 1851. It is located on 16th street in New York.
The church was originally founded by Jesuits. The original building was demolished in 1878 and then rebuilt in 1882.
Note the exterior which is Neo-Baroque. Pay attention to the stained-glass windows and the amazing paintings and sculptures inside the church.
It will take an hour or two to see the inside of the church, although you may choose to stay for mass and other services, which are published inside the church.

65. Helicopter tour of the City

A different way to see the ‘big apple’ is to take a helicopter tour. The tours last about 15 minutes, and you will get a birds’ eye view of such things as the Statue of Liberty, One World trade Centre, and the Chrysler Building.
The pilots give you a running commentary of where you are flying, and can answer any questions you have.
Normally the helicopters take of near battery Park in the downtown area, Manhattan, and return you back there at the end.
There are several helicopter companies offering tours of the area.
Note that prices vary with each tour company, so be sure to check this out in advance.

66. Broadway

This is the oldest north-south road in New York. It dates back to the 19th century. The road runs for 13 miles, passing through Manhattan and the Bronx, among other places.
This area is most well-known for being the heart of the American Theatre Industry, so it is very likely that you may see one or two famous people as you explore it.
Plan to spend a morning looking around this iconic street, you will not be disappointed.

67. Governor’s Island

You will find this island in New York Harbour about 800 yards from the tip of Manhattan Island. It is a very popular summer destination for the public, offering free art and cultural events. There are also summer activities which are held there, with the focus being on a ‘good day out for the family’.
There is a 46-acre park which provides excellent walking and has green spaces for kids to romp in.
Pack a picnic basket, hop on a ferry, and spend a day enjoying the outdoors.

68. Flatiron Building

This unique building can be found in midtown NY. Once it was the highest building in the area, although now it is dwarfed by taller buildings. However, it still draws people to look at every year. People predicted that it would never stand up to winds, but it has.
The ground floor has interesting shops to look at, but the upper floors are not accessible to the public. You can also see the black and white collection of iconic photographs which are in the lobby. You will also be able to read about the tower and its construction.
It will not take more than an hour to see this, but you may want to look around the area afterwards.

69. Astoria

This area is to be found in Queens neighbourhood, New York. It is a very laid-back area with many small businesses and houses. It is home to a complex mix of races.
The area is probably best-known for the Greek influence, with many Greek Tavernas and cafes along the streets.
Try to visit the Museum of the Moving Image, which will give you a glimpse into the making of movies and television programmes.
If you fancy a beer, then head to the open-air beer garden in the park.

70. Fifth Avenue

This road probably has the most elegant and the most expensive houses in the world! It runs from West 143rd street to Washington Square.
The part of Fifth Ave that crosses Midtown Manhattan is where you will find elite shops and restaurants. This is without a doubt the most expensive street in the world. You should visit it – just the once!
Some of the most coveted real estate is to be found here, and then street is noted by the American Planning Association as one of the ‘2102 Great Places in America’.
Make sure you have a look at some iconic shops along the way.
Surprisingly, you will also find some great museums here, as well as historical landmarks, so it is worth spending a day exploring it. Maybe leave the credit card at home!

71. Museum of Modern Art

This is locally referred to as MoMA. The museum houses the work of Picasso and Rodin, as well as ultra-modern exhibits. There are literally dozens of permanent exhibits showing all sorts of artwork from well-known artists.
There is a cinema within the complex, and a sculpture garden which is well worth visiting.
You can spend the day there as there is a very delightful restaurant and bar.
A note here is that Fridays are free entry so plan accordingly.

72. Chinatown

Chinatown is in Manhattan’s lower side, and is home to an estimated 100,000 people. It is one of the oldest Chinese areas in the USA.
Chinatown used to comprise mainly Cantonese speaking people, but now Mandarin is the ‘official’ language of the area.
You will find the Museum of Chinese in American located here, as well as many restaurants with Chinese cuisine. Many are open all night.
Try to spend a full day in this area, and have a meal of authentic Chinese food.

73. The Bronx

The Bronx is a zoo. You will find it in the area of the Bronx, which is a borough of New York. This is the largest zoo in the USA and one of the largest in the world.
The zoo sees over 2.15 million visitors each year. There are 265 acres of lands through which the Bronx River gently flows.
The zoo is well-known for the diverse collection of animals, and the award-winning shows.
Aim to spend a full day here. You will be able to get lunch at one of the many snack places.

74. Wollman Ice Rink

This public ice rink is in Central Park. It was opened in 1949, with funds which came from Kate Wollman. Normally the rink is open to the public from October to April, while in the summer months it is transformed into an amusement park, named the Victoria Gardens.
The ice rink itself is on the site that was previously named ‘The Pond’, and is at the southeast corner of Central Park. This pond was drained and filled to become the ice rink.
If you are there in the winter months, you will be able to hire ice skates close by.

75. Madison Square Garden

This is in fact a huge indoor arena, and is to be found in Midtown Manhattan.
There are many events which take place here through the year such as professional boxing and wrestling, basketball, and indoor ice hockey, shows and circuses.
The Garden is the oldest sports facility in New York. It is also the oldest national Hockey arena, and the second oldest basketball arena.
Make sure you check online for upcoming events.
Be sure to check what events are happening and then book your tickets in advance, to avoid disappointment.

76. The Museum of the Moving Image

You will find this museum in Astoria, Queens. It was opened in 1988 and is very involved in bringing to the public the history of art and technology of film and television.
There are many audio and video exhibits showing the history of the film industry.
If discussions about movies past and present appeal to you then you may want to attend one of the many held here.
The museum is the home of a significant collection of video games and gaming hardware.
Plan to spend most of a day here.

77. Radio City Music Hall

This is one of the many performance venues in New York, but it by far the most elegant. It is well-known as the prettiest art deco concert hall, with interior features such as chandeliers and lush carpets.
Radio City may be best remembered as the home of the Rockettes, although many well-known performers have passed through there, including Lady Gaga, and the Jonas Brothers.
Check out the upcoming events and book your tickets in advance, then sit back and enjoy a show.

78. Top of the Rock

This is the top of the Rockefeller Centre, where you will have a 360-degree view of the city. This rates as one of the best things to do in New York. You are guaranteed amazing photographs of the Empire State Building.
The observation deck is on the 70th floor, and has three tiers.
Try to visit at sunset, as this will give a completely different look to the city.
Whatever you do – don’t forget your camera!

79. Madame Tussauds New York

Over 150 years after the death of Madame Tussaud, her collection still lives on. This is one of the many collections around the world.
There are over 200 wax figures including movie stars, athletes, singers, and politicians. Each model has been painstakingly created with exact measurements.
An interesting point here is that each model which is created costs about $300,000 to complete!
This museum gets incredibly busy at times, so it is best to avoid school holidays when you visit, otherwise you will be overrun by kids and parents!

80. Cathedral of St John the Divine

This is the world’s largest Anglican cathedral church. It is constructed in traditional stone, and a mix of limestone and granite. You will find the church on Amsterdam Avenue, New York.
Look for the high gothic features and be sure to check out the seven different chapels inside. You will find each of them is named after a different saint.
There are daily tours of the cathedral, and various prayers through the day which you are welcome to attend.
Allow yourself a half day to see the cathedral, although this may take longer if you attend a service.

81. The Cloisters

This museum is found in Upper Manhattan, and specialises in European architecture, decorative arts and sculptures. The original collection belonged to George Grey Barnard, and was later bought by J.D. Rockefeller, who extended the collection, and designed the Cloisters.
There are four Cloisters which were sourced from French monasteries and abbeys. Be sure to visit the gardens as they are magnificent, and of the early medieval period.
Make sure you see the indoor chapels. You will notice that the rooms are grouped by period and include Gothic, Spanish, Romanesque, and Fuentiduena periods.
Be sure to check the opening times as they change for the winter season.
There are over 5,000 pieces of art from Europe on exhibit, dating back to the 12th century. You will also find works from the bronze and iron age.
Plan to spend a full day here as there is plenty to see.

82. Lower East Side Tenement Museum

Between 1862 and 1935 this building was home to over 7,000 people from 20 nations. Now it is a museum, with a visitor’s centre. The museum is dedicated to showing how life was for an immigrant in those days.
You can take the guided tour, which will show you some apartments where people lived, and shops where they would buy food.
You will even be able to taste the food that immigrants cooked, and see the historical archives.
Allow yourself at least a half day to see all there is to see here.

83. Prospect Park

This is the second largest park in Brooklyn, it is over 520 acres of green land. You will find it between Park Slope and Winsor Terrace in Brooklyn.
There is a zoo for the kids, and a perfect picnic spot in the forest. A point to note here is that this is the only forest in the area. In the summer months there are concerts in the park which are always free.
Pack a picnic lunch and head there to enjoy the lovely gardens and fresh air.

84. Staten Island Ferry

This Staten Island Ferry is one of several that belong to the NYC Department of Transportation, which will take you around the Harbour. You can book a tour cruise at any nearby ferry ports, or even get your tickets online.
The ferry runs from Manhattan to Staten Island, every 15 to 20 minutes. It runs every single day of the year.
The ferry is still as popular as ever for connecting Staten Island with the other boroughs of New York, and is the single busiest ferry route in the USA. This is also the busiest passenger only ferry in the world.
Plan to spend a half day taking the ferry to the Island and exploring it.

85. Bronx Park

Bronx park covers 718 acres along the Bronx River in New York City. Here you will find the Botanical Gardens which are well worth a visit, and the Bronx Zoo.
If you enjoy cycling, then this will appeal to you. Cycle paths go north west, north, and east along scenic routes.
It is widely recognised that Bronx Park is one of the most beautiful parks in the state. You will find an ecologically diverse selection of wildlife in the park, and may unusual plants along the paths.
This is a good place to walk, run or cycle.

86. Public Library, New York

Outside the library you will see two enormous Tennessee marble lions, who are named Patience and Fortitude.
The interior of the library is nothing short of regal, a perfect setting for reading a book or two.
Make sure you find the Rose main reading Room which is over 300 feet long with the most amazing chandeliers and ceiling murals.
An interesting point here is that the library was the scene for the quip ‘Back off, I’m a scientist’ from the movie Ghostbusters.
Spend a morning browsing the old and new books.

87. The Finger Lakes

You will find these lakes in Rochester. They are well-known for outdoor activities, such as biking and boating, hunting, and fishing. They are also known for fine golf courses, vineyards, and breweries.
Check out the NY wine and culinary centre where you can taste the most delicious food paired with the perfect wine.
You can book accommodation or take an RV here.
Breweries and cideries are to be found in this region. There are hotels, motels, resorts and camp-grounds all around the lakes. This is a great place to take an RV, stay a few days and explore the area.

88. The Frick Collection

This art museum is to be found on the Upper east side of Manhattan. You will find the collection of works by Henry Clay Frick which date from 1849 – 1919. The Frick is one of the most prestigious small art museums in the USA.
Make sure you look out for the collection of old master paintings and the fine furniture, which has its own gallery.
The paintings are still displayed as Frick had arranged them. The gallery hosts small, temporary exhibits frequently, displaying the works of European artists. There is also a collection of sculptures and porcelain.
Allow at least a half day to see the entire museum.

89. Bryant Park

This is a privately-owned park in the Manhattan district, between 5th and 6th streets. The park was designed by landscape artist Hann/Olin Ltd in 1988, and is very close to the library.
The park is well-known for the lush gardens, al fresco dining, and free activities, so if you are at a loss for something to do with your kids, then check out the upcoming events at the park.
Grab some lunch and join a group. In the winter months the ice rink is open.

90. Sheep Meadow

This fifteen-acre field is right in the centre of Central Park. No organises sports events are permitted as the park is only for families to enjoy. The field is preserved for relaxation and picnicking in the summer months.
Many years ago, sheep used to graze in the park, but now the park and local tavern are there for the enjoyment of the public.
Be aware that each year the park closes in winter for maintenance and to get it ready for the following year, so plan to visit in the summer months.

91. Brooklyn Botanical Gardens

You will find these spectacular gardens in Brooklyn. They were founded in 1910 and are in the Prospect Park area.
The point of attraction with these gardens is that you will find many ‘gardens within gardens’. There is an amazing collection of plants. Be sure to see the Bonsai Museum, and the Aquatic plant house.
There are over 14,000 different species of plant so it may take a full morning to see the entire garden.

92. HOHO Bus New York


One of the best ways to see the city is to take the hop on-hop off bus. For the price of one ticket, you can ride the bus to a variety of different venues with commentary along the way.
When you want to see an attraction such as the Empire State Building, simply hop off the bus. You get on the next bus when you are done.
Be sure to book your ticket so you can leave on the first bus.
The ticket normally lasts for a full day, and you should allow yourself this time to see places you plan.

93. Winter Garden Atrium

You will find this 10-story glass building in Vesey Street, New York. It was built in 1988 and houses plants, trees, and flowers. There is also a selection of shops to browse.
The Winter Gardens were rebuilt after being shattered in the 9/11 disaster, and have been transformed back to what they used to be, possibly even better.
The huge palms, magnificent staircase and high ceilings make this a wonderful place to escape the cold outside.
If possible, try to visit at Christmas when the lights are on. Be prepared to spend at least a half day here.

94. Hudson River Dinner Cruise

This is a great way to see New York from the River, and even better to see it as the sun goes down.
The cruise ship has a magnificent restaurant on board, and you can board it at Pier 81.
You’ll enjoy a three-course meal while seeing the sights of Manhattan, views of the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building, and many more places.
This is a great idea if you plan on proposing to a loved one! If possible, you should choose the VIP option as this gives you entrance to the open bar, and guaranteed window seating.

95. Obscura Oddities and Antiquities

This is an amazing little store which is tucked away in the corner of 10th and ‘A’ in the east village of Manhattan. You will never know the shop is there, and could easily walk right past it.
You will find a collection of all things obscure and weird such as medical art prints, taxidermied pats, Victorian mourning jewellery, corsets, pinned insects, and the list goes on.
While you may never be inclined to buy anything here, it is an interesting place to visit, the owners are friendly and knowledgeable. You may only spend an hour inside – or you may be intrigued and stay longer!

96. See a Broadway Show

One thing that should be on your list is to see a show here. There are more than 36 theatres in close proximity, with some of them hosting great performances by well-known artists.
Whether you enjoy big-budget musicals or plays, you will find a show that you will enjoy. Most theatres have a restaurant close by where you can get an evening meal before or after the show.
Make a night of it, check into a hotel, see a show, have a meal, and make it an evening to remember!

97. Adirondack Mountains

If you need to get away from the big city for a few days, then make sure you head up here. You will find this just a few hours north of the city.
There are many ways to enjoy the outdoors, such as skiing, hunting, fishing, walking, and hiking, so whatever you enjoy, you will be able to do.
This is a great area to take an RV, spend a few days and relax.

98. Fish for free

If you enjoy fishing, then this is something that will appeal to you. The city has over 500 miles of shoreline. There are also rivers and lakes where you can take a rod and reel.
You will find places that hire equipment on a daily or weekly basis, so you will have plenty of opportunity to fish to your heart’s content.
Even better is that it is free to fish in every borough, although city regulations need to be obeyed.

99. 5 Beekman Street

This is one of the most beautiful buildings in the heart of the financial district in Manhattan. The odd thing about it is that it has been empty for decades!
The Victorian style is now one of the few still remaining buildings here, with cast iron railings and high ceilings.
Not one soul has lived in or worked in the building since the 1940’s, although now there is a hotel inside which is worth looking at. Perhaps you can find out the reason it has been unoccupied for all those years!

100. Eat some chopped cheese

This may sound horrible, but it is in fact a staple of Brooklyn delicatessens. Unlike bagels, which most people are familiar with, the chopped cheese sandwich remains relatively unknown outside the area.
Be prepared to try one of these as you might get to like them!
You will find this delicacy at most sandwich shops. Try to keep an open mind and have one! Most will come with ground beef, melted cheese, lettuce, onion, tomato in a roll. You can add or omit any of the ingredients as you wish. Enjoy!

Summary
New York has so many interesting places to go and things to see, not to mention different styles of cuisine to enjoy. Whether you like museums and historical places, people watching, walking in the park, or tasting different food, you will find that there is something that appeals to you. There is truly something here for every person, no matter what age they are.

 





Way clear for McCain as Romney quits, saying country comes first



· Democratic victory would be a 'surrender to terror' 
· Huckabee still in race but may become running mate
 

Ewen MacAskill in Washington
Friday February 8, 2008
The Guardian
 

Former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney, who has withdrawn from the Republican presidential race
Former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney. Photograph: LM Otero/AP
 


John McCain effectively secured the Republican presidential nomination yesterday when his main rival, Mitt Romney, near to tears, dropped out of the race. Only one person now stands between McCain and the US presidency: the Democratic choice for the November election. McCain now has a huge advantage over the Democrats, with potentially months to campaign for the White House as Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama exhaust themselves in their battle for their party's nomination. Romney, who spent more than $36m (£18m) of his own money on the campaign but failed to make a breakthrough on Super Tuesday, said he was standing aside for the sake of the party. Speaking at the annual meeting of thousands of conservative Republican activists in Washington, he said he wanted to give McCain a chance to begin campaigning early for the election. He suggested that if Clinton or Obama were to win, US safety would be at stake.

"If I fight on in my campaign, all the way to the convention, I would forestall the launch of a national campaign and make it more likely that Senator Clinton or Obama would win. And in this time of war, I simply cannot let my campaign be a part of aiding a surrender to terror," he said.

"This is not an easy decision for me. I hate to lose ... but I entered this race because I love America, and because I love America I feel I must now stand aside, for our party and for our country."

Referring to the Democratic party's contenders, Romney said: "Barack and Hillary have made their intentions clear regarding Iraq and the war on terror. They would retreat and declare defeat. The consequence of that would be devastating. It would mean attacks on America launched from safe havens that make Afghanistan under the Taliban look like child's play." He acknowledged disagreements with McCain, but said: "I agree with him on doing whatever it takes to be successful in Iraq, on finding and executing Osama bin Laden and on eliminating al-Qaida and terror."

His departure from the race leaves McCain facing only Mike Huckabee, the Baptist pastor and former governor of Arkansas, who has done well in the south, but has limited appeal elsewhere in the country. The chances are that Huckabee will eventually join McCain as his running mate. Also left in the race is Ron Paul, but he has made a minimal impact on the Republican nomination process. Romney struggled in the race partly because of his lack of charisma, the loss of part of his natural support on the right to Huckabee, and suspicion among Christian evangelicals about his Mormonism. He also fought a mainly negative campaign.

Romney made his announcement at the Conservative Political Action Conference, made up mainly of hardcore Republicans. The deep divisions in the party were exposed at the conference. When, almost three hours later, McCain was introduced, about a fifth of those present loudly booed him. In contrast, Romney, a social and fiscal conservative, received five standing ovations. McCain's relatively moderate views on immigration and opposition to some of President George Bush's tax cuts have aroused hostility among Republican activists. David O'Connell, 22, a student and Romney supporter from Texas, said McCain "has demonstrated time and time again a willingness to abandon his conservative principles to become popular with the far left in the Senate, such as Ted Kennedy, Nancy Pelosi and Hillary Clinton". Romney's pullout came despite McCain failing to win a majority of conservative voters in almost every Super Tuesday state, other than Connecticut. On Tuesday night Romney, who has an estimated $230m fortune, had said he would fight on, though he was far behind McCain in the battle for delegates.

Costly campaign

Romney may have been the wealthiest candidate in the presidential race, but the campaign has proved a severe drain on his personal finances. The Washington Post, which reported that the Romney camp had spent $1.16m (£590,000) for each delegate it secured, calculated that it would have cost Romney about $1.3bn (£670m) to win the Republican party nomination. That means that he must have spent about $341m on the 294 delegates he won over - a sizeable chunk of his personal fortune, which is thought to stretch to as much as $500m. By the end of last year he had already spent more than $37m of his own money on the campaign.

Republican campaign workers apparently devised a scale to measure the amount of money a candidate spends on each delegate won: the Gramm-o-meter. The system take its name from Phil Gramm, a former Texas senator who had 10 delegates to show for $25m spent in 1996.



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"Very Close" highlights how Sen. McCain and Sen. Clinton actually agree on more issues than not. We need "a full-spectrum conservative" like Gov. Romney who can provide a clear conservative contrast with Sen. Clinton. More...

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"Ann came to me and she said, 'You know, the one thing that's clear tonight is that nothing's clear.' But I think she's wrong. One thing that's clear is this campaign's going on." More...

To promote economic growth, Gov. Romney is proposing an economic stimulus plan that would lower taxes on individuals, reduce taxes for businesses and help homeowners through the current housing crisis. More...

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See also: Political positions of Mitt Romney

Mitt Romney, born March 121947, in Michigan, is former Governor ofMassachusetts; he did not seek a second term in November 2006. Romney has made numerous trips to primary states such as South CarolinaMichigan, and New Hampshire, during recent years. Romney is running on his record as co-founder ofBain Capital, the CEO of the 2002 Winter Olympics, and his record as Governor of Massachusetts. Although he ran as a moderate for the office of Governor of Massachusetts and during his failed Senate bid in 1994, he supported more conservative positions as his term progressed. Romney formed a presidential exploratory committee on January 3, 2007, the day he left the governor's office.[25]

On January 9, Romney raised $6.5 million in his first fundraiser, beating both Giuliani and McCain's fundraising efforts ($1 and $2 million respectively).

Romney has already received major endorsements, including that of former Speaker of the House, Dennis Hastert.

Romney officially announced his candidacy on February 13 at the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan.[26][27]



The Romney Agenda: The Romney Economic Stimulus Plan


Governor Romney's Economic Stimulus Plan – Washington Must Act Now: 

Governor Romney's Economic Stimulus Plan Would Provide Much-Needed Relief To Taxpayers, Businesses And Homeowners. Today, our economy is facing unprecedented challenges both here at home and abroad. Our economy needs pro-growth stimulus, but Governor Romney believes any stimulus package should return money to American taxpayers, not increase already out-of-control government spending. To promote economic growth, Governor Romney is proposing an economic stimulus plan that would lower taxes on individuals, reduce taxes for businesses and help homeowners through the current housing crisis.

- Individuals: Governor Romney would permanently reduce the lowest income tax bracket, permanently eliminate payroll taxes on seniors and make middle-class savings tax free. 

- Businesses: Governor Romney would institute immediate 100% expensing of equipment for two years and permanently reduce the corporate tax rate. 

- Homeowners: Governor Romney would reform and expand Federal Housing Administration (FHA) loan portfolio limits to allow larger loans to homeowners.

Governor Romney Urges Our Leaders To Work Together And Immediately Debate, Pass And Sign A Stimulus Package For The American People. If our representatives in Washington can work together and demonstrate the leadership that the American people deserve, Governor Romney is optimistic that we can still turn this economy around. Washington must get to work immediately and pass a bill no later than February 19, a month from today, in order to stimulate our economy. 

INDIVIDUALS: Governor Romney's Economic Stimulus Plan – Pro-Growth Tax Cuts For Individual Taxpayers: 

Permanently Reduce The Lowest Income Tax Bracket to 7.5%. Permanently cutting taxes for all taxpayers will put more money in workers' pockets and stimulate consumer confidence and spending.

- Cutting The Lowest Tax Rate From 10% To 7.5% Will Provide Up To A $400 Tax Cut To Each American Taxpayer. 

- Governor Romney Proposes Providing An Immediate Retroactive Tax Credit Reflecting The Lower 7.5% Tax Rate For 2007 Earnings To Employees Who Earned Less Than $97,500 In 2007. This tax cut would immediately stimulate the economy as taxpayers with the highest propensity to consume receive their increased 2007 tax refunds. 

- Permanently Reducing The Lowest Bracket Is A Pro-Growth Tax Cut For The Tens Of Millions Of Americans In The Lowest Income Tax Bracket.

Permanently Eliminate Payroll Taxes On Employees Over The Age of 65. It is not fair that seniors that have worked their whole life and earned their full Social Security benefit continue to owe payroll taxes to the federal government.

- In This Uncertain Economic Environment, More And More Seniors Are Returning To The Workforce. Governor Romney's proposal will provide an immediate tax cut to working seniors. 

- Governor Romney Believes That Seniors Have Already Earned Their Full Social Security Benefit And Should Not Owe Additional Payroll Taxes For Income Earned After Age 65.

Make Middle-Class Savings Tax Free. Governor Romney's plan will allow middle class Americans to save tax free by changing the tax rate on interest, capital gains and dividends to absolutely 0%. By helping more Americans save and invest, we can meet the challenges of an aging population and ensure the financial security of America.

- Allow Over 95% Of American Families To Save And Invest Tax Free: Any taxpayer with Adjusted Gross Income under $200,000 would pay a tax rate of absolutely 0% on all of the income they earn from their savings, capital gains and dividends. 

- Expand The Investor Class: In recent years, over half of adult Americans have participated in the stock market either directly or through pension plans and mutual funds. Tax-free savings will encourage more families to build wealth by saving, investing and participating in the stock market, which will help grow the economy.

BUSINESSES: Governor Romney's Economic Stimulus Plan – Pro-Growth Tax Cuts For Businesses: 

Institute Immediate 100% Expensing Of New Equipment Purchased By A Business For A Two-Year Period Retroactive To January 1, 2008. This plan would allow both large and small businesses to immediately invest in new equipment and capital improvements, which would immediately stimulate the economy and create new jobs.

- Boost U.S. Manufacturers And Vendors: Accelerating and increasing capital investment in equipment and other qualified assets in the U.S. will immediately provide a boost to U.S. manufacturers and vendors. 

- Encourage Additional Business Investment: Entrepreneurs and small businesses, such as S corps and LLCs, which often face cash flow difficulties, will benefit greatly by the reduced cost of investment in equipment under this plan. Additional investment and expansion by these growing businesses will drive economic growth.

Reduce The Corporate Tax Rate To 20% Over Two Years. Governor Romney believes we should immediately act to reduce the corporate rate to 25% for 2008 and 20% in 2009. A permanent U.S. corporate tax rate of 20% will attract capital, stimulate investment, and increase American competitiveness with the rapidly growing economies of the world.

- A More Competitive Corporate Tax Rate: Governor Romney has spoken throughout the campaign about the need to reduce our corporate income tax rate in order to compete more effectively against other countries with lower rates. The United States currently has the second-highest corporate tax rate in the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development. 

- Encourage New Capital Flows Into The United States: Cutting the corporate tax rate will cause new capital to flow to the U.S. and make our U.S. companies more competitive by providing additional funds for research, development, innovation, and hiring of additional employees.

HOMEOWNERS: Governor Romney's Economic Stimulus Plan – Helping Homeowners: 

Reform And Expand Federal Housing Administration (FHA) Loan Portfolio Limits:

- Lower The Amount Of Upfront Down Payment A Borrower Must Make, Allowing FHA To Help Nonprime Borrowers Who May Not Be Able To Meet The Current Requirement.

- Raise The Maximum Loan Amount Eligible For FHA Insurance, Allowing FHA To Serve More Borrowers In Higher-Priced Areas.

- Expand NeighborWorks America's Foreclosure Avoidance Initiative: Governor Romney proposes expanding NeighborWorks America's Foreclosure Avoidance Initiative to help American homeowners stay in their homes. NeighborWorks America assists homeowners by offering foreclosure counseling and identifying refinancing opportunities for U.S. homeowners.

Governor Romney's Pro-Growth Tax Agenda: 

Governor Romney's Economic Stimulus Plan Is In Addition To His Tax Proposals Which Will Provide A Sound Economic Framework For Long-Term Growth:

- Make The Bush Tax Cuts Permanent: Making the Bush Tax Cuts permanent is the first step to ensuring that Americans are able to keep more of their hard-earned money. 

- Roll Back Tax Rates For All Americans: As President, Governor Romney will cut marginal tax rates across the board, allowing all Americans to save more money. 

- Kill The Death Tax: It is unfair to tax Americans three times: first when they earn their money; second when they invest it and receive income from those investments; and third when they die. 

- Make The Research And Development Tax Credit Permanent To Encourage Capital Investment And Innovation: Governor Romney believes that we must encourage companies to invest more in research and development to produce the innovations our companies need to win in the global economic competition. 

- Oppose Any Increase In Social Security Taxes: We can strengthen Social Security without resorting to higher Social Security taxes that will impact all Americans. Governor Romney will oppose any proposed increase in Social Security taxes. 

- Prevent The Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT) From Hurting More American Families: At the very least, Congress must pass a patch to the AMT that will prevent this tax from affecting more and more families in America.



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Feb 03, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney Campaigns In Illinois, Missouri
On Sunday, February 3, Governor Mitt Romney campaigned in Illinois and Missouri. In Illinois, Governor Romney visited the College of DuPage in Glen Ellyn before traveling to Maryland Heights, Missouri where he hosted a Super Bowl kick-off party at Dave and Buster?s.

Feb 02, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney Campaigns In Minnesota
On Saturday, February 2, Governor Mitt Romney campaigned in Minnesota. In Minneapolis he met with members of the press and later traveled to Edina for a "Change Begins with Us" rally with supporters.

Feb 01, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney Travels To Colorado
Governor Mitt Romney traveled from San Diego, California to Denver, Colorado on Friday afternoon to hold a "Change Begins With Us" rally at Freeway Ford. He later met with members of the media there.

Jan 31, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney Travels To California
Governor Mitt Romney campaigned in southern California on Thursday. In Long Beach, Governor Romney had a kitchen table discussion at the home of Greg and Charlene Bennett before traveling to Fountain Valley where he held a campaign rally at Bassett Furniture. In San Diego, Governor Romney held a second campaign rally in front of the San Diego County Administration Building before meeting with members of the media.

Jan 29, 2008 Governor Romney Campaigns In Florida
Governor Romney campaigned in Florida Tuesday before the state?s primary election holding a Tampa "Change Begins with Us" tour stop at the Tampa Convention Center. Governor Romney later addressed supporters at the Romney for President Florida Election Night Event in St. Petersburg.

Jan 28, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney Campaigns In Florida
Governor Mitt Romney campaigned around the state of Florida on Monday, January 28, continuing his "Change Begins with Us" tour. Governor Romney held a media availability at a Texaco gas station in Palm Beach before attending a rally at the Palm Beach International Airport. Governor Romney and his family then traveled to Fort Myers where he attended a second rally at the Southwest Florida International Airport. The Romneys made similar stops in Sanford, Panama City and Jacksonville.

Jan 27, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney Campaigns In Florida
Governor Mitt Romney continued his "Change Begins with Us" Florida Tour on Sunday, January 27, holding a Miami "Change Begins with Us" Tour Stop at the Jorge Mas Canosa Center and later held a news conference on providing tax relief for seniors.

Jan 25, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney Campaigns In Florida
Governor Mitt Romney continued his "Change Begins with Us" Florida Tour on Friday, delivering remarks to the Latin Builders Association in Miami and later traveling to Pensacola where he toured Avalex Technologies and attended a Romney for President rally. Friday evening, Governor Romney met with members of the media at the Clearwater Airport.

Jan 22, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney Campaigns In Florida
Governor Mitt Romney continued his "Change Begins with Us" Florida Tour on Tuesday with stops on the East Coast and in South Florida. In Boca Raton, Governor Romney addressed the Republican Jewish Coalition of Florida and then traveled to Coral Springs where he met with Broward County voters at Wings Plus. Tuesday afternoon Governor Romney traveled to Collier County where he spoke to the Greater Naples Chamber of Commerce and addressed an overflow crowd from that event in the parking lot.

Jan 21, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney Campaigns In Florida
Governor Mitt Romney and his wife Ann continued campaigning in Florida on Monday, speaking to employees of Gate Petroleum in Jacksonville and visiting with the participants of the Jacksonville Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday Parade. They later traveled to Daytona Beach. In Orlando, Governor Romney held a "Change Begins with Us" tour stop before traveling to the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex. On Monday evening, Governor Romney met with aerospace industry executives.


Jan 19, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney Travels To Nevada, Florida
After meeting with caucus goers in Las Vegas, Nevada on Saturday morning, Governor Mitt Romney traveled to Florida to kick-off his "Change Begins with Us" Florida Tour in Jacksonville. Governor Romney and his wife Ann hosted a "Change Begins with Us" Rally at the University of North Florida.

Jan 18, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney Campaigns In Nevada
Governor Romney campaigned in Nevada on Friday, visiting the Adobe Middle School in Elko and the Reno-Tahoe International Airport for rallies with supporters.

Jan 17, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney Travels To Nevada
Following a quick meeting with members of the media at Staples in Columbia, South Carolina Governor Romney returned to Nevada on Thursday for events in the Las Vegas area. He announced the endorsement of State Senator Joe Heck at the Claim Jumper in Henderson before meeting with local voters there. Governor Romney and his son Josh later traveled to meet with Las Vegas area volunteers at Brady Industries.

Jan 16, 2008 Governor Romney Travels To South Carolina
On Wednesday Governor Mitt Romney returned to South Carolina with the Mitt Mobile for a bus tour across the state. At Sun City Hilton Head Governor Romney met with voters and members of the media before traveling to Charleston where he and Senator Jim DeMint spoke to supporters at the Seabreeze Marina. Governor Romney then traveled to Florence where he spoke at Francis Marion University. On Wednesday evening Governor Romney spoke to supporters at the University of South Carolina in Columbia.

Jan 11, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney Returns To Michigan
On Friday Governor Mitt Romney returned to Michigan where he met with voters at Macomb Community College, Center for Alternative Fuels. He then traveled to Lansing, where he spoke to the Small Business Association of Michigan and was later joined by his wife Ann for a walking tour of the Michigan state capital. Friday evening, Governor Romney traveled to Hudsonville where he spoke at the Ottawa County Republican Party Lincoln Day Dinner.

Jan 09, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney Travels To Michigan
On Wednesday, following a National Call Day fundraiser in Boston, Governor Mitt Romney traveled to Grand Rapids, Michigan to meet with voters at Gaslight Village and later held an "Ask Mitt Anything" town hall at Grand Valley State University.

Jan 08, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney Campaigns In New Hampshire
Governor Mitt Romney continued to campaign in New Hampshire on Tuesday. Governor Romney met with Manchester Ward-1 voters at Brookside Congregational Church, Bedford area voters at Bedford High School, Nashua area voters at Broad Street Elementary School, Salem voters at the Salem Town Hall and Derry area voters at Hood Middle School.

Jan 06, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney Travels To New Hampshire
Governor Mitt Romney continued campaigning in New Hampshire with events on Sunday and Monday leading up to the primary on January 8th. On Sunday, Governor Mitt Romney was in Nashua for an "Ask Mitt Anything" town hall meeting at the Elm Street School. On Monday, Governor Romney met with BAE employees in Nashua, Timberland employees in Stratham, attended the Nashua Rotary Club luncheon, hosted an "Ask Mitt Anything" town hall at the Derry-Salem Elks Club and an "Ask Mitt Anything" town hall in Be

Jan 05, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney Travels To New Hampshire
Gov. Romney was joined by Sen. Gregg and R.I. Gov. Cacceri for campaign event in New Hampshire Saturday. Gov. Romney hosted a Derry "Ask Mitt Anything" at Pinkerton Academy before traveling to Hampstead to meet with voters at Bean Towne Coffee House. Gov. Romney later traveled to Bedford where he spoke at a house party at the Ashooh residence. Saturday afternoon Gov. Romney participated in the ABC-WMUR Debate at Saint Anselm College and attended a post debate rally at Varick's Sports Bar.

Jan 04, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney Travels To New Hampshire
On Friday, Governor Mitt Romney returned to New Hampshire for events leading up to the primary on January 8th. Governor Romney and his family were greeted at 3:30 AM by supporters at Portsmouth International Airport. Later that morning, Governor Romney met with Portsmouth area voters at the Golden Egg Diner. In Concord, Governor Romney visited the Common Man Restaurant before heading to Manchester for and "Ask Mitt Anything" event at the Cashin Community Center.

Jan 03, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney Travels To Iowa
Governor Romney joined supporters at events in Iowa on Thursday, leading up to the Republican Caucuses. In Des Moines, Governor Romney met with employees at Principal Financial Group. Joined by his wife Ann and family, Governor Romney met with West Des Moines area residents at Kum and Go headquarters. Thursday evening Governor Mitt Romney met with caucus goers in Waukee and West Des Moines. Finally, Governor Romney and his family spoke at the Romney for President election night event at the She

Jan 02, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney Campaigns In Iowa
Governor Romney continued his "Strong America" Tour around Iowa with a fly-around on Wednesday. Governor Romney met with voters in Bettendorf, Cedar Rapids and Clear Lake before joining his family in Des Moines for a pre-caucus rally at the HyVee Conference Center.

Jan 01, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney Travels To Iowa
Governor Romney was joined by his youngest son Craig in Iowa as he continued his "Strong America" Bus Tour on Monday. The Romneys visited six homes for a series of "House Party Huddles," including stops at The Hermann Residence in Ankeny, The Cook Residence in Johnston, IA, The McKoy Residence in Clive, The Warren Residence in West Des Moines, The Coates Residence in Norwalk and The Richardson Residence in Pleasant Hill. Governor Romney ended the day with a Story County rally in Ames.

Dec 31, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Travels To Iowa
Governor Romney continued his "Strong America" Bus Tour on Monday with stops at Happy Joe's in Clinton, Potter's Mill in Bellevue, Midway Hotel in Dubuque, Cedar Lodge in Manchester and Galleria De Paco in Waterloo. On Monday evening, Governor Mitt Romney was joined by his family to attend the "GuideOne ImaginEve!" in Des Moines.

Dec 20, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Travels To Iowa
Governor Romney campaigned in Iowa on Thursday holding a Warren County "Ask Mitt Anything" in Indianola and "Strategy for a Stronger America: National Security" Events at Decker Trucking in Fort Dodge, Orange City and Council Bluffs.

Dec 19, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Travels To Iowa
Governor Romney returned to Iowa on Wednesday to host a "Strategy for a Stronger America: National Security" Media Availability in Davenport. He later was joined by his son Josh Romney in hosting the Romney for President Christmas Party at The Sheraton West Des Moines.

Dec 18, 2007 Governor Romney Travels To South Carolina
On Tuesday Governor Romney returned to South Carolina to hold events across the state. In Spartanburg, Governor Romney delivered remarks on stopping illegal immigration. He then traveled to West Columbia and Savannah, Georgia to meet with voters. In Charleston, Governor Romney visited Sticky Fingers Restaurant before traveling to Myrtle Beach for a Romney for President Rally at Myrtle Beach International Airport.

Dec 17, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Travels To New Hampshire
On Monday Governor Mitt Romney returned to New Hampshire for events in the Granite State. Governor Romney was joined by Senator Judd Gregg touring Insight Technology and hosting "Strategy for a Stronger America: Strengthening our Military" Ask Mitt Anything. Governor Romney and Sen. Gregg later toured Next Step Orthotics and Prosthetics in Manchester and met with local veterans. They ended the evening at Saint Anselm College where Governor Romney hosted a Goffstown Ask Mitt Anything event.

Dec 14, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Travels To Iowa
Governor Romney campaigned in Iowa on Friday with events in Carroll, Early and Storm Lake. Governor Romney hosted two "Strategy for a Stronger America: Enforcing our Immigration Laws 'Ask Mitt Anything'" events and visited with voters at Crossroads Restaurant in Sac County. On Saturday, Governor Romney traveled to Humbolt where he hosted another "Ask Mitt Anything" town hall meeting at Rustix Restaurant.

Dec 13, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Travels To Iowa
On Thursday Governor Romney traveled to Muscatine Iowa where he hosted an "Ask Mitt Anything" town hall meeting and later traveled to the Quad Cities area where he celebrated the opening of a new Romney for President Office in Bettendorf with local caucus goers.




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Feb 06, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney Announces Support Of Maryland Republican Leaders
Feb 05, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney On Super Tuesday
Feb 05, 2008 Campaign Manager Beth Myers On The West Virginia Convention
Feb 05, 2008 In Case You Missed It: Governor Mitt Romney On Super Tuesday
Feb 04, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney Announces The Tennessee Romney For President Leadership Team
Feb 04, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney Announces Support Of Colorado Leaders
Feb 04, 2008 More Missouri Legislators Endorse Governor Mitt Romney For President
Feb 04, 2008 Alabama Leaders Join Romney For President
Feb 04, 2008 Romney For President Launches New Web Ad, "Very Close"
Feb 04, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney Announces North Dakota Statwide Coalitions

Feb 04, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney Announces The Romney For President Georgia County Chairs
Feb 04, 2008 U.S. Congressman Howard Coble (R-NC) Endorses Governor Mitt Romney
Feb 04, 2008 George Landrith Joins Romney For President
Feb 04, 2008 The Romney Agenda: A Vision For Conservative Change
Feb 04, 2008 Kerry-McCain: Welcome To Massachusetts!
Feb 04, 2008 Romney For President Announces Massachusetts Republican Leadership Team
Feb 03, 2008 North Dakota Leaders Endorse Governor Romney
Feb 03, 2008 Governor Romney Announces The Oklahoma Statewide Steering Committee
Feb 03, 2008 Research Briefing: "It's Not Social Issues I Care About"
Feb 03, 2008 In Case You Missed It: Governor Mitt Romney On The Future Of The Republican Party

Feb 02, 2008 THEY SAID IT!: Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) Says That On Immigration "My Position Has Been Very Similar To John McCain's"
Feb 02, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney On Victory In Maine
Feb 02, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney Announces Support Of Colorado House Republican Leader Michael May
Feb 02, 2008 Romney For President Announces Colorado County Chairs
Feb 02, 2008 Romney For President Announces Opening Of Minnesota Headquarters
Feb 02, 2008 Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) Endorses Governor Mitt Romney
Feb 02, 2008 U.S. Congressman Mike Ferguson (R-NJ) Endorses Governor Mitt Romney
Feb 01, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney On Today's Job Numbers
Feb 01, 2008 Andrew C. McCarthy Joins Romney For President
Feb 01, 2008 Straight Talk Detour: Democrats Debate And Agree - With McCain!

Feb 01, 2008 U.S. Congressman Rob Bishop (R-UT) Endorses Governor Mitt Romney
Feb 01, 2008 In Case You Missed It: The Denver Post Endorses Governor Mitt Romney
Feb 01, 2008 In Case You Missed It: One More Conservative Vote For Governor Romney
Feb 01, 2008 Conservative Activist Mike Wigley Joins Romney For President Minnesota Statewide Steering Committee
Feb 01, 2008 Romney For President Releases Missouri Women For Mitt Steering Committee
Feb 01, 2008 Delaware Republican Leaders Join Romney For President
Feb 01, 2008 Former United States Senator Bill Brock (R-TN) Endorses Governor Mitt Romney
Feb 01, 2008 In Case You Missed It: Former Senator Rick Santorum (R-PA) Endorses Mitt Romney
Feb 01, 2008 In Case You Missed It: Yet Another Conservative Vote For Governor Romney
Feb 01, 2008 Former U.S. Senator Rick Santorum (R-PA) Endorses Governor Mitt Romney

Feb 01, 2008 Straight Talk Detour: Do You Know The Real McCain Agenda?
Feb 01, 2008 U.S. Congressman Lynn Westmoreland (R-GA) Endorses Governor Mitt Romney
Jan 31, 2008 Romney For President Totals Over $27 Million In Total Receipts For The Fourth Quarter
Jan 31, 2008 In Case You Missed It: Another Conservative Vote For Governor Romney
Jan 31, 2008 Former Missouri Speaker Pro Tem Joins Romney For President
Jan 31, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney Announces California Business And Technology Leaders Coalition
Jan 31, 2008 Oklahoma Republican National Committeewoman Bunny Chambers Endorses Governor Romney
Jan 31, 2008 Romney For President Launches "Experience Matters" Television Ad In California
Jan 31, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney Announces Additions To The Georgia Legislative Leadership Team
Jan 31, 2008 U.S. Congressman Brian Bilbray (R-CA) Endorses Governor Mitt Romney

Jan 31, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney Announces Additions To The Minnesota Statewide Steering Committee
Jan 30, 2008 What They're Really Saying About Governor Mitt Romney At The Second Reagan Library Debate - Vol. II
Jan 30, 2008 What They're Really Saying About Governor Mitt Romney At The Second Reagan Library Debate
Jan 30, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney Addresses His Vision To Strengthen America
Jan 30, 2008 Mesa County Republican Leaders Endorse Governor Mitt Romney
Jan 30, 2008 State Senator Ted Kanavas Endorses Governor Mitt Romney For President
Jan 30, 2008 In Case You Missed It: Governor Mitt Romney On The Presidential Campaign
Jan 29, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney On The Florida Primary
Jan 29, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney Announces Montana Legislative Leadership Team
Jan 29, 2008 New Jersey Conservative Leaders Join Romney For President


Jan 29, 2008 McCainonomics: Top 10 Reasons Why Sen. McCain Still Needs "To Be Educated" On Economics
Jan 28, 2008 In Case You Missed It: Governor Mitt Romney On The President's State Of The Union Address
Jan 28, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney On Blanca Gonzalez
Jan 28, 2008 McCainonomics: Sen. McCain Vs. Florida Taxpayers
Jan 28, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney Announces Support Of Florida Legislators
Jan 28, 2008 California Romney For President Announces Additional Legislative Endorsements
Jan 28, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney Announces Alabama Leadership Team
Jan 28, 2008 Kris Kobach Joins Romney For President
Jan 28, 2008 Randy Tate Joins Romney For President
Jan 28, 2008 Tennessee Elected Leaders Join Romney For President

Jan 28, 2008 The Romney Record - By The Numbers
Jan 28, 2008 U.S. Congressman Marsha Blackburn Endorses Governor Mitt Romney
Jan 28, 2008 In Case You Missed It: Governor Romney On McCain-Lieberman
Jan 28, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney Announces Virginia Statewide Steering Committee
Jan 28, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney Announces Support Of Wisconsin RNC Committeewoman Mary Buestrin
Jan 28, 2008 McCainonomics: Pay At The Pump
Jan 28, 2008 Governor Romney Addresses The Potential Economic Damage Of McCain-Lieberman
Jan 28, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney On The Passing Of Gordon B. Hinckley
Jan 27, 2008 Research Briefing: The New York Times Candidate
Jan 27, 2008 The Romney Agenda: Relieving The Economic Burden On Seniors

Jan 27, 2008 In Case You Missed It: Governor Romney On The Leadership And Experience Needed Today
Jan 27, 2008 McCainonomics: "Ask Any Of The Voters - It's The Economy"
Jan 27, 2008 Liz Cheney Joins Romney For President
Jan 27, 2008 In Case You Missed It: Newspapers From Across The Nation Endorse Governor Mitt Romney
Jan 26, 2008 Staples Founder Thomas Stemberg On The Need For A Leader With Experience Working In The Economy
Jan 26, 2008 Research Briefing: "She And John McCain Are Very Close"
Jan 26, 2008 Straight Talk Detour: "Leading The Charge On The Other Side"
Jan 26, 2008 Former Congressman David McIntosh Endorses Governor Mitt Romney
Jan 25, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney Announces Slate Of Congressional District Delegates In West Virginia
Jan 25, 2008 Romney For President Launches New Web Ad, "Democrats' Favorite Republican"

Jan 25, 2008 The Romney Record: A Record Of Conservative Health Care Reform
Jan 25, 2008 Romney For President Launches New Spanish-Language Television Ad In Florida
Jan 25, 2008 Governor Romney On The Economy And Pro-Growth Change
Jan 25, 2008 What They're Really Saying About Gov. Romney At The Boca Raton, FL, GOP Debate - Vol. III
Jan 25, 2008 Governor Romney Announces Additions To The North Dakota Statewide Steering Committee
Jan 24, 2008 What They're Really Saying About Governor Mitt Romney At The Boca Raton, FL GOP Debate - Vol. II
Jan 24, 2008 What They're Really Saying About Governor Mitt Romney At The Boca Raton, FL GOP Debate
Jan 24, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney Lays Out The Vision To Strengthen America
Jan 24, 2008 Morton Blackwell Endorses Governor Mitt Romney
Jan 24, 2008 Georgia Legislators Join Romney For President

Jan 24, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney Announces New Colorado Supporters
Jan 24, 2008 Governor Romney Announces Additions To The Advisory Committee On The Constitution And The Courts
Jan 24, 2008 Romney For President Launches New Television Ad, "Winning Combination"
Jan 23, 2008 Senator Thad Cochran Endorses Governor Mitt Romney
Jan 23, 2008 Assembly Republican Caucus Chairman Bob Huff Endorses Governor Mitt Romney
Jan 23, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney Announces Minnesota Statewide Steering Committee Co-Chairs
Jan 23, 2008 Colorado Springs Mayor Lionel Rivera Endorses Governor Mitt Romney
Jan 23, 2008 Straight Talk Detour: Sen. McCain: "I Would Clearly Support Not Extending Those Tax Cuts..."
Jan 23, 2008 In Case You Missed It: Governor Romney On Strengthening The Economy
Jan 22, 2008 Statement On Governor Matt Blunt

Jan 22, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney On Fred Thompson Withdrawing His Candidacy
Jan 22, 2008 U.S. Congressman Dana Rohrabacher (R-CA) Endorses Governor Mitt Romney
Jan 22, 2008 Governor Romney On The Stock Market And An Economic Stimulus Package
Jan 22, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney Announces Support Of Maryland Delegate Don Elliott
Jan 22, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney On Today's "March For Life"
Jan 22, 2008 Romney For President Launches New Television Ad, "Conservative Change"
Jan 22, 2008 Georgia Senate President Pro Tempore Eric Johnson Endorses Governor Mitt Romney
Jan 21, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney Announces Louisiana Statewide Steering Committee
Jan 21, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney Announces Alaska Statewide Steering Committee
Jan 21, 2008 Romney For President Launches Spanish-Language Television Ad In Florida

Jan 21, 2008 In Case You Missed It: Governor Romney Discusses His Strategy To Build A Stronger Economy
Jan 21, 2008 U.S. Congressman Ander Crenshaw Endorses Governor Mitt Romney For President
Jan 21, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney On Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Jan 20, 2008 Research Briefing: "Economics Is Not Something I've Understood As Well As I Should."
Jan 20, 2008 The Romney Record: Creating Jobs
Jan 20, 2008 In Case You Missed It: Governor Romney On The Economy
Jan 19, 2008 Senator Jim DeMint On The South Carolina Presidential Primary
Jan 19, 2008 Governor Romney Addresses His Victory In Nevada And His Strategy To Strengthen The Economy
Jan 19, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney On Victory In Nevada
Jan 19, 2008 The Romney Agenda: The Romney Economic Stimulus Plan

Jan 18, 2008 In Case You Missed It: Elko Daily Free Press Endorses Governor Mitt Romney
Jan 18, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney On An Economic Stimulus Package
Jan 18, 2008 Huckabee Hearts Higher Taxes: Populist Rhetoric Vs. Reality In The Palmetto State
Jan 18, 2008 In Case You Missed It: Reno Gazette-Journal Endorses Governor Mitt Romney
Jan 17, 2008 Nevada State Senator Joe Heck Joins Romney For President
Jan 17, 2008 Straight Talk Detour: Sen. McCain's Confusing Economic Rhetoric
Jan 17, 2008 In South Carolina, Governor Romney Highlights Strategy For A Stronger Economy
Jan 17, 2008 Romney For President Launches New Television Ad, "Chairs"
Jan 17, 2008 In Case You Missed It: Las Vegas Review-Journal Endorses Governor Mitt Romney
Jan 16, 2008 Research Briefing: Sen. McCain - Defeated By Defeatism

Jan 16, 2008 The Romney Agenda: A Stronger Economy And More Competitive America
Jan 16, 2008 In Case You Missed It: Governor Romney On His Victory In Michigan
Jan 15, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney On Victory In Michigan
Jan 15, 2008 Republican Leader Heidi Gansert Joins Romney For President
Jan 14, 2008 In Case You Missed It: Governor Romney On Changing Washington And The Auto Industry
Jan 14, 2008 Governor Romney's Detroit Economic Club Address
Jan 14, 2008 Straight Talk Detour: Sen. McCain Vs. Michigan Taxpayers
Jan 14, 2008 Romney For President Files For West Virginia Presidential Primary
Jan 14, 2008 Romney Agenda: Keeping Michigan And America Economically Strong
Jan 14, 2008 Extended Excerpts Of Governor Romney's Detroit Economic Club Address

Jan 14, 2008 Michigan Conservative Leader Marlene Elwell Endorses Mitt Romney
Jan 14, 2008 In Case You Missed It: Governor Romney Talks About The State Of The Economy
Jan 13, 2008 Staples Founder Thomas Stemberg On Governor Huckabee's "Face The Nation" Appearance
Jan 13, 2008 In Case You Missed It: Governor Romney Talks About The Economy And Michigan
Jan 13, 2008 Huckabee Hearts Higher Taxes: "But You Did Raise Taxes, Didn't You, Governor?"
Jan 13, 2008 Research Briefing: McCain's "Wrongheaded" Energy Tax Hike
Jan 12, 2008 Straight Talk Detour: McCain Masks His Michigan Pessimism
Jan 12, 2008 With More Layoffs In Michigan, Governor Romney Asks "Where's Washington?"
Jan 12, 2008 Research Briefing: "Automakers Don't Deserve McCain's Disdain"
Jan 11, 2008 Romney For President Launches New Television Ad, "Pride Of America"

Jan 11, 2008 The Romney Vision: "If I'm President, That One-State Recession Is Over"
Jan 11, 2008 Huckabee Hearts Higher Taxes: "He's Just Out Of Tune With All Measures Of Free Market, Supply Side Economics"
Jan 11, 2008 In Case You Missed It: Governor Romney On Fixing The Economy In Michigan And The Rest Of The Nation
Jan 11, 2008 Livingston County Sheriff Bob Bezotte Joins Romney For President
Jan 11, 2008 In Case You Missed It: Grand Rapids Press And Oakland Press Endorse Romney In Michigan Primary
Jan 10, 2008 What They're Really Saying About Governor Mitt Romney At The Myrtle Beach, SC GOP Debate
Jan 10, 2008 In Case You Missed It: Governor Romney Calls For Change In Washington
Jan 10, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney Calls For Change
Jan 10, 2008 Research Briefing: McCain Pessimistic About Michigan's Future
Jan 10, 2008 Livonia Mayor Jack Kirksey Joins Romney For President

Jan 10, 2008 Romney For President Launches New Radio Ad, "Michigan Values"
Jan 09, 2008 Romney For President National Call Day 2008 Raises An Estimated $5 Million
Jan 09, 2008 Strategy For A Stronger America: Helping Michigan By Fixing A Broken Washington
Jan 09, 2008 Tom Monaghan Joins Romney For President
Jan 09, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney Announces Delaware Statewide Steering Committee
Jan 08, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney On The New Hampshire Primary
Jan 08, 2008 In Case You Missed It: "The Voters Of New Hampshire Want Change In Washington"
Jan 07, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney Announces The California Delegate Slate
Jan 07, 2008 Straight Talk Detour: Sen. McCain Vs. New Hampshire Taxpayers
Jan 07, 2008 Governor Romney Speaks To The People Of New Hampshire In New Ad, "Tomorrow"

Jan 07, 2008 Representative Mick Mulvaney Endorses Mitt Romney For President
Jan 07, 2008 What They're Really Saying: About Governor Romney At The Manchester, NH GOP Debate - Vol. V
Jan 07, 2008 Straight Talk Detour: The Clintons Endorse McCain-Kennedy Immigration Plan
Jan 06, 2008 What They're Really Saying: About Governor Romney At The Manchester, NH GOP Debate - Vol. IV
Jan 06, 2008 What They're Really Saying About Governor Romney At The Manchester, NH GOP Debate - Vol III
Jan 06, 2008 What They're Really Saying About Governor Romney At The Manchester, NH GOP Debate - Vol II
Jan 06, 2008 What They're Really Saying About Governor Mitt Romney At The Manchester, NH GOP Debate
Jan 06, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney Lays Out The Need For Change In Washington
Jan 06, 2008 Straight Talk Detour: Sen. McCain Still Claims He Was Right To Vote Against Tax Relief For New Hampshire
Jan 06, 2008 No Laughing Matter: "I'm Not Sure That I Support The Troop Surge..."

Jan 06, 2008 In Case You Missed It: "Washington Is Unable To Deal With The Challenges"
Jan 06, 2008 The Romney Record: Transforming Washington
Jan 05, 2008 Straight Talk Detour: The McCain Way On Display
Jan 05, 2008 What They're Really Saying: About Governor Mitt Romney At The Manchester, NH GOP Debate
Jan 05, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney Lays Out A Strong Vision For America's Future
Jan 05, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney On The Wyoming County Conventions
Jan 05, 2008 Romney For President Holds Press Conference On Illegal Immigration
Jan 05, 2008 Straight Talk Detour: The McCain Way: Personal Attacks
Jan 05, 2008 Straight Talk Detour: The McCain Way: Attack Republicans
Jan 05, 2008 Romney For President Launches New Television Ad, "Growth And Prosperity"

Jan 05, 2008 Strategy For A Stronger America: The Romney Agenda For Tomorrow
Jan 04, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney Files Delegate Petitions In Ohio
Jan 04, 2008 Romney For President Launches New Web Ad, "Twists"
Jan 04, 2008 Senior Adviser Tom Rath On The McCain Campaign And Push Polling Allegations
Jan 04, 2008 In Case You Missed It: "Governor Romney Advances His Message Of Change In Washington"
Jan 03, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney On The Iowa Caucus
Jan 03, 2008 Campaign Manager Beth Myers On The McCain Campaign And Push Polling Allegations
Jan 03, 2008 Romney For President Launches New Television Ad, "Remember"
Jan 02, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney Announces Endorsements From Colorado's Up-And-Coming Republican Legislators
Jan 02, 2008 Straight Talk Detour: Sen. McCain Voted To Allow Illegal Immigrants To Collect Social Security

Jan 02, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney Announces Maine Statewide Steering Committee
Jan 02, 2008 Romney For President Launches New Web Ad, "Roundhouse Kick"
Jan 02, 2008 Straight Talk Detour: Sen. McCain Voted To Allow Illegal Immigrants To Collect Social Security
Jan 02, 2008 Representative Pete Hoekstra (R-MI) On Foreign Policy Leadership
Jan 02, 2008 Governor Mitt Romney Announces Support Of Iowa Senate Republican Leader Ron Wieck
Jan 01, 2008 The Romney Record: A Strong Supporter Of The Mission In Iraq
Jan 01, 2008 Romney For President Launches New Web Ad, "Full-Spectrum Conservative"
Jan 01, 2008 Romney For President Launches New Television Ad, "Asian Tiger"
Jan 01, 2008 Romney For President Launches New Television Ad, "Vote For Tomorrow"
Jan 01, 2008 No Laughing Matter: Gov. Huckabee Can't Keep Up With Both Foreign Affairs And Britney Spears

Dec 31, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Files Slate Of At-Large Delegates In West Virginia
Dec 31, 2007 Bay Buchanan Joins Romney For President
Dec 31, 2007 Those Who Know Him Best ... Fact Check: Gov. Huckabee Did Push For In-State Tuition Breaks For Illegals
Dec 31, 2007 Straight Talk Detour: "McCain's Unlikely Ties To K Street"
Dec 31, 2007 Those Who Know Him Best ... Fact Check: Arkansas Voters Did Not Approve Of Gov. Huckabee's Gas Tax Hike
Dec 31, 2007 Romney For President Launches New Television Ad, "Everywhere"
Dec 31, 2007 Those Who Know Him Best ... "Reputation For Granting Clemency"
Dec 31, 2007 The Romney Vision: Sen. Obama Calls Higher Taxes "Fair"
Dec 30, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Announces Support Of Iowa State Representative Betty De Boef
Dec 30, 2007 The Real Romney Record: Setting The Record Straight About Governor Romney's Record

Dec 30, 2007 Those Who Know Him Best ... Huckabee Campaign: Reagan Coalition Is "Gone."
Dec 30, 2007 Straight Talk Detour: "Never Supported Amnesty"?
Dec 30, 2007 Research Briefing: Gov. Mike Huckabee "Meet The Press" Fact Check
Dec 30, 2007 In Case You Missed It: The Daily Nonpareil Endorses Governor Mitt Romney
Dec 30, 2007 In Case You Missed It: Times-Republican Endorses Governor Mitt Romney
Dec 29, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney On The Release Of A New Tape From Osama Bin Laden
Dec 29, 2007 No Laughing Matter: "He Has Agreed To Be A Part Of The Group"
Dec 29, 2007 Straight Talk Detour: I'd Still Vote Against Bush Tax Cuts
Dec 29, 2007 Romney For President Launches New Television Ad, "Permanently"
Dec 29, 2007 Straight Talk Detour: The McCain Way


Dec 28, 2007 Romney For President Launches New Radio Ad, "Important Times"
Dec 28, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Announces Support Of Florida State Representative Chris Dorworth
Dec 28, 2007 Romney For President Launches New Television Ad, "Ready"
Dec 28, 2007 Straight Talk Detour: "Attacking"? No - This Is An Attack Ad
Dec 28, 2007 Robert Wolgemuth Endorses Governor Mitt Romney
Dec 28, 2007 Michigan State Representative Dave Robertson Endorses Governor Mitt Romney
Dec 28, 2007 The Romney Record: Second Amendment
Dec 28, 2007 Former New Hampshire First Lady Gale Thomson Endorses Governor Mitt Romney
Dec 28, 2007 Romney For President Launches New Television Ad, "Future"
Dec 28, 2007 In Case You Missed It: Governor Romney Discusses The Situation In Pakistan

Dec 27, 2007 In Case You Missed It: Governor Romney Addresses The Tragic Events In Pakistan
Dec 27, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney On Today's Events In Pakistan
Dec 27, 2007 Governor Romney Announces The New Hampshire Legislative Leadership Team
Dec 26, 2007 In Case You Missed It: Governor Romney On CNBC's "Kudlow & Company"
Dec 26, 2007 Mitt Romney's In Good Company
Dec 26, 2007 No Laughing Matter: Dole To Huckabee: "Why Have You Joined The Bush Bashers?"
Dec 26, 2007 Straight Talk Detour: "I Think We Can Set Up A Program Where Amnesty Is Extended ..."
Dec 26, 2007 Gov. Mitt Romney: The Choice Of Conservatives In New Hampshire
Dec 26, 2007 New Hampshire House Republican Leader Mike Whalley Endorses Governor Mitt Romney
Dec 23, 2007 In Case You Missed It: Sioux City Journal Endorses Governor Mitt Romney

Dec 22, 2007 The Romney Record: Supporting Pro-Growth Tax Policies
Dec 22, 2007 Straight Talk Detour: Class Warfare Demagoguery Used By The Democrats
Dec 21, 2007 No Laughing Matter: "Just Simply Ludicrous"
Dec 21, 2007 Santa Barbara County Board Of Supervisors Chair Brooks Firestone Endorses Romney For President
Dec 21, 2007 Straight Talk Detour: "Mr. McCain Would Not Make Mr. Bush's Estate Tax Repeal Permanent"
Dec 21, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney On Eliminating Earmarks In The Omnibus Spending Bill
Dec 21, 2007 Romney For President Launches New Television Ad, "It's Personal To Me"
Dec 21, 2007 U.S. Congressman Wally Herger (R-CA) Endorses Governor Mitt Romney
Dec 21, 2007 U.S. Congresswoman Virginia Foxx (R-NC) Endorses Governor Mitt Romney
Dec 20, 2007 Romney For President Announces North Dakota State Director

Dec 20, 2007 Those Who Know Him Best ... "Arkansas' Primary Drug Of Concern"
Dec 20, 2007 Romney For President Announces Georgia Statewide Leadership Team
Dec 20, 2007 Straight Talk Detour: "I Don't Think We Should Continue To Cut Taxes"
Dec 20, 2007 U.S. Congressman John Carter (R-TX) Endorses Governor Mitt Romney
Dec 19, 2007 Governor Romney Announces National Women For Mitt Finance Co-Chairs And Vice Chairs
Dec 19, 2007 In Case You Missed It: "America's President Deserves Thanks And Respect"
Dec 19, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Announces Additions To Missouri Legislative Leadership Team
Dec 19, 2007 No Laughing Matter: "On Foreign Policy, His Views Are Wrong, And He's Pretty Inexperienced And It's Showing"
Dec 19, 2007 Romney For President Launches New Television Ad, "Searched"
Dec 18, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney On Cuba

Dec 18, 2007 Those Who Know Him Best ... Gov. Huckabee Cannot Deny He Supported In-State Tuition Breaks For Illegals
Dec 18, 2007 Sanctuary State Of Mind: A "Track Record" On Illegal Immigration
Dec 18, 2007 U.S. Congressman Jack Kingston (R-GA) Endorses Governor Mitt Romney
Dec 17, 2007 Romney For President Launches New Television Ad, "Choice: Judgment"
Dec 17, 2007 No Laughing Matter: "Someone Who Hasn't Thought Much About Foreign Policy"
Dec 17, 2007 The Romney Agenda: Strengthening Our Military And Caring For Our Military Families And Veterans
Dec 17, 2007 Michigan First Lady Michelle Engler Endorses Governor Mitt Romney
Dec 17, 2007 Former Wichita Mayor Carlos Mayans Endorses Governor Mitt Romney
Dec 16, 2007 No Laughing Matter: "Laughing Off A Serious Assignment About Foreign Policy"
Dec 15, 2007 In Case You Missed It: Governor Romney On Governor Huckabee's Playground Diplomacy

Dec 15, 2007 No Laughing Matter: Huckabee's Playground Diplomacy
Dec 15, 2007 Research Briefing: A Fractured Republican Party
Dec 15, 2007 Judge Robert Bork Endorses Governor Mitt Romney
Dec 14, 2007 Those Who Know Him Best ... The Politico On Gov. Huckabee's Gift-Givers
Dec 14, 2007 The Romney Agenda: Enforcing Our Immigration Laws
Dec 14, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Announces Washington Statewide Steering Committee Co-Chair
Dec 14, 2007 Former Florida Right To Life President Robin Hoffman Endorses Governor Mitt Romney
Dec 14, 2007 Sanctuary State Of Mind: "Quite Tolerant Of Undocumented Immigration"
Dec 13, 2007 No Laughing Matter: Gov. Huckabee's Tuition Breaks For Illegal Immigrants "A Disaster"
Dec 13, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Files Full Slates Of Primary Delegates In Tennessee

Dec 13, 2007 The Romney Agenda: Real Conservative Solutions
Dec 13, 2007 In Case You Missed It: Governor Mitt Romney On Fox News' "Fox & Friends"
Dec 13, 2007 Those Who Know Him Best ... The Arkansas News On "Huckabee's Smoke Filled Past"
Dec 13, 2007 Nebraska Governor Dave Heineman Endorses Governor Mitt Romney
Dec 12, 2007 What They're Really Saying About Governor Mitt Romney At The Des Moines, IA GOP Debate
Dec 12, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Lays Out Vision For A Stronger America
Dec 12, 2007 Those Who Know Him Best ... Describe Huckabee's Record On Education
Dec 12, 2007 Romney For President Announces Alaska State Director Chris Nelson
Dec 12, 2007 Former Michigan Senator Walt North Endorses Governor Mitt Romney
Dec 12, 2007 Romney For President Launches "Experience Matters" Television Ad In Michigan

Dec 12, 2007 In Case You Missed It: Governor Romney On "Morning Joe"
Dec 11, 2007 In Case You Missed It: National Review Says "Romney For President"
Dec 11, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Announces The Maryland Delegate Slate
Dec 11, 2007 Romney For President Files For New Jersey Presidential Primary Ballot
Dec 11, 2007 California Romney For President Announces Congressional District Chairs
Dec 11, 2007 Sanctuary State Of Mind: "The People Who We Want In This City"
Dec 11, 2007 Those Who Know Him Best ... The Washington Times Takes A Look At Governor Huckabee's Record
Dec 10, 2007 Romney For President Launches New Television Ad, "Choice: The Record"
Dec 10, 2007 Romney For President Launches "Mittens From Mitt"
Dec 10, 2007 Those Who Know Him Best ... "An Arkansan Tells The Huckabee Record Like It Is"


Dec 09, 2007 Former Republican Party Of Florida Chairman Al Cardenas On Tonight's Debate
Dec 09, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Lays Out Optimistic Vision
Dec 09, 2007 Governor Romney Announces Additions To The National Hispanic Steering Committee
Dec 08, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney On The Retirement Of Representative Jim McCrery (R-LA)
Dec 07, 2007 In Case You Missed It: Governor Romney On Pearl Harbor Day
Dec 07, 2007 In Case You Missed It: Reflections On "Faith In America"
Dec 07, 2007 Romney For President Launches New Spanish-Language Radio Ad In Florida
Dec 07, 2007 Miami-Dade Leaders Endorse Governor Mitt Romney
Dec 07, 2007 Those Who Know Him Best ... On Governor Huckabee's "Conservatism"
Dec 07, 2007 Romney For President Launches New Television Ad, "Not Politically Correct"

Dec 06, 2007 Photo Release: The "Faith In America" Address
Dec 06, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney's "Faith In America" Address
Dec 06, 2007 Excerpts Of Governor Romney's "Faith In America" Address
Dec 05, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney On Today's Tragic Events In Omaha, Nebraska
Dec 05, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Prepares For "Faith In America" Speech
Dec 05, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney On Guantanamo Bay
Dec 04, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney On Hanukkah
Dec 04, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Announces Montana Statewide Finance Steering Committee Co-Chairs
Dec 03, 2007 Those Who Know Him Best ... Question Governor Huckabee's Record
Dec 03, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney On Venezuela

Dec 03, 2007 The Romney Agenda: A Conservative Blueprint For Strengthening The Economy
Dec 01, 2007 Governor Romney Announces His Education Policy Advisory Group
Dec 01, 2007 Those Who Know Him Best: "Who's The Biggest Tax Raiser?"
Dec 01, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney On World AIDS Day
Nov 30, 2007 Those Who Know Him Best ... Discuss Gov. Huckabee's Tax-And-Spend Record
Nov 30, 2007 The Romney Agenda: A Conservative Blueprint For Lowering Taxes
Nov 30, 2007 Romney For President Announces Colorado Statewide Leadership Team
Nov 30, 2007 In Case You Missed It: "A Stronger America Needs Stronger Families"
Nov 30, 2007 Romney For President Announces Brandon Phillips As Georgia State Director
Nov 29, 2007 In Case You Missed It: David Keene On His Support For Governor Romney

Nov 29, 2007 Research Briefing: Huckabee and Giuliani Support Tuition Breaks For Illegal Immigrants
Nov 29, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Files To Participate In Virginia Primary
Nov 29, 2007 What They're Really Saying About Governor Mitt Romney At The St. Petersburg, FL GOP Debate - Vol. III
Nov 29, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney On The Passing Of Former Rep. Henry Hyde (R-IL)
Nov 29, 2007 David Keene Endorses Governor Mitt Romney
Nov 28, 2007 What They're Really Saying About Governor Mitt Romney At The St. Petersburg, FL GOP Debate - Vol. II
Nov 28, 2007 What They're Really Saying About Governor Mitt Romney At The St. Petersburg, FL GOP Debate
Nov 28, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Lays Out An Optimistic Vision For A Stronger America
Nov 28, 2007 Romney For President Announces Thad Balkman As Oklahoma Political Director
Nov 28, 2007 Wyoming State Auditor Rita Meyer Endorses Governor Mitt Romney






Nov 28, 2007 Romney For President Files For Illinois Presidential Primary Ballot
Nov 28, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Announces Maryland Statewide Steering Committee Additions
Nov 27, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Files To Participate In Arizona Primary
Nov 27, 2007 The Romney Record: Governor Romney And The Massachusetts Economy
Nov 27, 2007 New York State Of Mind: A Choice Between No Plan And The Wrong Plan?
Nov 27, 2007 The Romney Agenda: Stronger Florida Families With More Affordable Health Care
Nov 27, 2007 Kentucky Secretary Of State Trey Grayson Endorses Governor Mitt Romney
Nov 27, 2007 In Case You Missed It: "Strengthen American Family, Economy, Security"
Nov 26, 2007 Massachusetts House Republican Leader Brad Jones On Giuliani Campaign Confererence Call
Nov 26, 2007 Romney For President Launches New Television Ad, "Take Charge"

Nov 26, 2007 In Case You Missed It: Governor Mitt Romney On Talk Radio Live
Nov 26, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Announces The Wisconsin Statewide Finance Steering Committee
Nov 26, 2007 New York State Of Mind: "He's Very Much Like Hillary Clinton"
Nov 25, 2007 The Romney Record: A Record Of Reducing Crime In Massachusetts
Nov 25, 2007 New York State Of Mind: Mayor Giuliani: "I'm Seen As Very Liberal"
Nov 25, 2007 The Romney Agenda: The Four Walls Of The New Hampshire Home
Nov 24, 2007 Big City, Big Spender: Big Spending Brings Billion-Dollar Budget Bust
Nov 24, 2007 The Romney Agenda: A Conservative Blueprint To Restrain Government Spending
Nov 23, 2007 In Case You Missed It: Governor Mitt Romney On "The Michael Medved Show"
Nov 22, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney On Thanksgiving Day

Nov 21, 2007 Governor Romney On The New Hampshire Primary
Nov 21, 2007 Romney For President Launches New Radio Ad, "Stronger Economy"
Nov 21, 2007 Romney For President Launches New Radio Ad, "New Leadership"
Nov 21, 2007 Governor Romney On Stem-Cell Research Announcement
Nov 20, 2007 Governor Romney On The U.S. Supreme Court's Decision To Review Second Amendment Case
Nov 20, 2007 The Romney Vision: The Experience To Lead
Nov 20, 2007 Sanctuary State Of Mind: Mayor Giuliani: Wrong On Illegal Immigration
Nov 20, 2007 The Romney Agenda: Stronger Iowa Families With More Affordable Health Care
Nov 19, 2007 In Case You Missed It: Governor Mitt Romney On "The Sean Hannity Show"
Nov 19, 2007 Sanctuary State of Mind: "The Most Successful" Sanctuary City

Nov 19, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Announces Washington Statewide Finance Steering Committee
Nov 19, 2007 The Romney Agenda: A New Vision To Open Markets And Help Washington State Succeed
Nov 19, 2007 Former Ohio State Senator Richard Finan Endorses Governor Mitt Romney
Nov 19, 2007 Romney For President Launches New Television Ad, "American Family"
Nov 18, 2007 Policy Briefing: Tax-Free Savings For Wyoming Families
Nov 17, 2007 Big City, Big Spender: "Giuliani Takes Liberties On His NYC Record"
Nov 16, 2007 Romney For President Files For Arkansas Presidential Primary Ballot
Nov 16, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Announces Additions To West Virginia Statewide Steering Committee
Nov 16, 2007 Policy Briefing: Tax-Free Savings for Nevada Families
Nov 15, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney On Tonight's Democratic Debate


Nov 15, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Announces Florida Finance Steering Committee Leadership
Nov 15, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Announces Colorado Legislative Leadership Team
Nov 15, 2007 The Romney Vision: Democrats Promise To Raise Your Taxes - Out Of "Fairness," Of Course
Nov 15, 2007 The Romney Agenda: Tax-Free Savings For California Families
Nov 15, 2007 The Romney Agenda: A Conservative Blueprint To Restrain Government Spending
Nov 15, 2007 The Romney Record: A Record Of Conservative Health Care Reform
Nov 14, 2007 In Case You Missed It: Governor Mitt Romney On The Sanctuary State Of Mind
Nov 14, 2007 The Romney Record: A Record Of Enforcing Our Immigration Laws
Nov 14, 2007 Governor Romney Announces His Homeland Security Policy Advisory Group
Nov 14, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney On Governor Eliot Spitzer And Driver's Licenses

Nov 13, 2007 California Romney For President Announces Local Elected Officials Endorsements
Nov 13, 2007 Sanctuary State Of Mind: Mayor Giuliani And Senator Clinton: Part Of The Immigration Problem
Nov 13, 2007 Northeast Florida Sheriffs Endorse Governor Mitt Romney For President
Nov 13, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Announces Additions To Texas Statewide Finance Committee Co-Chairs
Nov 13, 2007 In Case You Missed It: Governor Mitt Romney On MSNBC's "Morning Joe"
Nov 12, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Announces National Veterans Coalition
Nov 12, 2007 The Romney Agenda: Assisting Military Families And Veterans On And Off The Battlefield
Nov 11, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney On Veterans Day
Nov 09, 2007 Sanctuary State Of Mind: "You're One Of The People Who We Want In This City"
Nov 09, 2007 The Romney Agenda: Reforming Our Immigration System

Nov 09, 2007 The Romney Record: Higher Ethical Standards In Washington
Nov 09, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney On The Confirmation Of Michael Mukasey
Nov 09, 2007 Romney For President Announces Katie Witt As Colorado Political Director
Nov 09, 2007 Governor Romney Announces The New Hampshire Law Enforcement For Romney Leadership Team
Nov 09, 2007 Romney For President Launches New Television Ad, "Change Immigration"
Nov 08, 2007 Jim Ogonowski Endorses Governor Mitt Romney
Nov 07, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Announces Michigan Women For Mitt Coalition Steering Committee
Nov 07, 2007 The Romney Agenda: Excellence In Education
Nov 06, 2007 Former Ambassador Thomas Melady Endorses Governor Mitt Romney
Nov 06, 2007 The Romney Agenda: Promoting Adoption In America

Nov 06, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney On The Nomination Of Michael Mukasey
Nov 06, 2007 What They're Saying About Paul Weyrich's Endorsement Of Governor Mitt Romney
Nov 06, 2007 South Carolina State Senator Kevin Bryant Endorses Mitt Romney For President
Nov 05, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney On The Nomination Of Mary Ann Glendon
Nov 05, 2007 The Romney Vision: Preventing Judicial Activism
Nov 05, 2007 Paul Weyrich Endorses Governor Mitt Romney
Nov 05, 2007 Rhode Island Representative Joseph A. Trillo Endorses Governor Mitt Romney
Nov 05, 2007 The Romney Agenda: Stronger Families And Judges Who Follow The Law
Nov 05, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney On Henry Hyde And The Presidential Medal Of Freedom
Nov 02, 2007 The Romney Vision: A Nuclear Iran Is "Unacceptable"

Nov 02, 2007 Wolverines And Spartans Agree On One Thing: Mitt Romney Is Best For Michigan
Nov 02, 2007 Romney For President Launches New Television Ad, "Experience Matters"
Nov 01, 2007 In Case You Missed It: Senator Jim DeMint (R-SC) Hosts An "Ask Team Mitt Anything"
Nov 01, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Announces The Maryland Steering Committee
Nov 01, 2007 The Romney Vision: "What Is The Governor Supposed To Do?"
Nov 01, 2007 The Romney Agenda: A New Vision To Open Markets And Help Iowa Succeed
Nov 01, 2007 U.S. Congressman Chris Cannon Endorses Governor Mitt Romney
Nov 01, 2007 Kathy Gregg To Serve As New Hampshire Co-Chair
Oct 31, 2007 Governor Romney Announces His Trade Policy Advisory Group
Oct 31, 2007 In Case You Missed It: Governor Romney On "The Laura Ingraham Show"

Oct 31, 2007 Former Missouri State Rep. Jack Jackson Endorses Governor Mitt Romney For President
Oct 31, 2007 The Romney Vision: No Driver's Licenses For Illegals. Period.
Oct 31, 2007 Governor Romney Announces National Co-Chairs
Oct 30, 2007 What They're Saying About Senator Judd Gregg's Endorsement of Governor Mitt Romney - Vol. 2
Oct 30, 2007 Big City, Big Spender: Suing For More Spending
Oct 30, 2007 The Romney Record: Governor Romney's Top Ten Line-Item Vetoes
Oct 29, 2007 What They're Saying About Senator Judd Gregg's Endorsement of Governor Mitt Romney
Oct 29, 2007 Michigan Republican Leaders Endorse Governor Mitt Romney For President
Oct 29, 2007 Senator Judd Gregg Endorses Governor Mitt Romney
Oct 27, 2007 The Romney Agenda: The Four Walls Of The Florida Home

Oct 26, 2007 In Case You Missed It: Governor Romney On CNBC's "Mad Money"
Oct 26, 2007 Arizona State Rep. Nancy McLain Endorses Governor Mitt Romney For President
Oct 26, 2007 The Romney Vision: Protecting Traditional Marriage
Oct 26, 2007 Romney For President Launches New Spanish-Language Radio Ad In Florida
Oct 26, 2007 The Romney Agenda: The Four Walls Of The Iowa Home
Oct 26, 2007 Governor Romney Announces The North Dakota Statewide Steering Committee
Oct 25, 2007 Governor Romney Announces Romney For President Montana Senior Adviser
Oct 25, 2007 The Romney Record: Governor Romney And The Massachusetts Economy
Oct 25, 2007 Romney Agenda: A New Vision To Open Markets And Help New Hampshire Succeed
Oct 25, 2007 The Romney Vision: We Cannot Afford The Democrat Tax Bill

Oct 25, 2007 The Romney Agenda: Gov. Romney On Health Care For New Hampshire
Oct 25, 2007 Collier County Sheriff Don Hunter Endorses Governor Mitt Romney For President
Oct 24, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney On The President's Cuba Speech
Oct 24, 2007 The Romney Vision: Opening Markets For American Goods
Oct 24, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney On The Confirmation Of Judge Leslie Southwick
Oct 24, 2007 Romney For President Launches New Television Ad, "Business World"
Oct 24, 2007 Ohio State Senator Bob Schuler Endorses Governor Mitt Romney
Oct 24, 2007 Governor Romney Announces His Global Competitiveness Policy Advisory Group
Oct 23, 2007 Romney Campaign Files For Missouri Presidential Primary Ballot
Oct 23, 2007 Romney Record: Governor Romney On Ending Sanctuary City Policies

Oct 23, 2007 Romney Agenda: A New Vision To Open Markets And Help U.S. Workers To Succeed
Oct 22, 2007 What They're Really Saying About Governor Mitt Romney At The Orlando, FL GOP Debate - Vol. II
Oct 21, 2007 What They're Really Saying About Governor Mitt Romney At The Orlando, FL GOP Debate
Oct 21, 2007 In Case You Missed It: "America Must Be Strong"
Oct 21, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Lays Out An Optimistic Vision For The Nation
Oct 21, 2007 What They're Saying About Gov. Romney At The Family Research Council's Values Voter Summit
Oct 20, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney On Sunday's "Elections" In Cuba
Oct 19, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney's Remarks At The Family Research Council
Oct 19, 2007 Dr. John Willke, A Founder Of The Pro-Life Movement Nationally & Internationally, Endorses Gov. Romney
Oct 19, 2007 The Romney Agenda: Strengthening Families

Oct 19, 2007 Governor Romney On Senator Mel Martinez (R-FL) Stepping Down As RNC General Chairman
Oct 19, 2007 Dr. Don Wilton, Former President Of The South Carolina Baptist Convention, Endorses Gov. Romney
Oct 18, 2007 The Romney Agenda: Gov. Romney On Health Care For South Carolina
Oct 18, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Announces The Wyoming Statewide Steering Committee
Oct 18, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Announces Georgia Statewide Coalitions
Oct 18, 2007 Romney For President Launches First Web Ad, "Our Home"
Oct 18, 2007 Governor Romney Announces Romney For President Ohio State Director
Oct 18, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Holds 100th "Ask Mitt Anything"
Oct 17, 2007 In Case You Missed It: Governor Romney At The Club For Growth
Oct 17, 2007 The Romney Agenda: Defeating The Jihadist Threat



Oct 17, 2007 U.S. Congressman Connie Mack Endorses Governor Mitt Romney For President
Oct 16, 2007 Policy Briefing: Governor Romney Details Strategies To Defeat The Jihadists, Nuclear Terrorism And The Iranian Threat
Oct 16, 2007 Romney For President Launches New Television Ad, "Not Fair"
Oct 16, 2007 Retired Major General James "Spider" Marks Joins Romney For President
Oct 15, 2007 In Case You Missed It: Governor Romney On The Need To Lower Taxes
Oct 15, 2007 Governor Romney On Strengthening America's Families
Oct 15, 2007 New Hampshire State Director Jim Merrill On Senator McCain Standing With Governor John Lynch (D-NH)
Oct 15, 2007 The Romney Agenda: The Three-Legged Republican Stool
Oct 13, 2007 The Romney Agenda: Gov. Romney On The Michigan Economy And Lowering Taxes
Oct 13, 2007 State Senate Majority Whip Jason Allen Endorses Governor Mitt Romney




Dec 13, 2007 Romney Agenda: Real Conservative Solutions
Governor Romney discussed his strategy to meet America's challenges with real conservative solutions. Our country faces unprecedented challenges. We can rise to these challenges through conservative change in Washington. With a record of success and exceptional leadership, Governor Romney has outlined detailed conservative solutions for strengthening America.

Dec 12, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Travels To Iowa
On Wednesday Governor Mitt Romney and his wife Ann traveled to Johnston, Iowa. Governor Romney participated in the Des Moines Register's Republican Debate at Iowa Public Television and later attended at house party at the home of John and Sheryl Dutcher. The Romneys then traveled to Linn County where they hosted a Christmas Party for caucus-goers at Linn-Mar High School.

Dec 07, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Travels To Iowa
Governor Romney returned to Iowa on Friday, December 7, to host a "Strategy for a Stronger America: Strengthening America's Military" town hall event at Fort Des Moines.

Dec 06, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Delivers Address Titled "Faith In America"
On Thursday, December 6, Governor Mitt Romney and his family traveled to the George Bush Presidential Library in College Station, Texas. Governor Romney was introduced by former President George H.W. Bush before delivering an address titled "Faith in America."

Dec 04, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Travels To New Hampshire
On Tuesday, December 4, Governor Mitt Romney was joined by former Massachusetts Governor Bill Weld as he campaigned in New Hampshire. They began the day in Windham meeting area voters at the Windham Junction General Store. Governor Romney later met with Rehrig-Pacific Employees in Raymond, spoke at the Concord Rotary Club luncheon and traveled to Meredith to meet voters at George's Diner.

Dec 03, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Travels To New Hampshire
On Monday, December 3, Governor Mitt Romney returned to New Hampshire to host two "Strategy for a Stronger America, Economic Ask Mitt Anything" town hall meetings in Manchester and Hampton. Governor Romney also made edits to his speech "Faith in America" on Monday.

Dec 03, 2007 Romney Agenda: A Conservative Blueprint For Strengthening The Economy
On December 3, 2007, Governor Romney discussed his conservative blueprint for strengthening the economy. Our economy faces unprecedented economic challenges both here at home and from abroad. But we can rise to these challenges through conservative change in Washington. Governor Romney has outlined detailed plans for strengthening our economy and building a stronger America.

Nov 30, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Travels To Iowa
Governor Romney returned to Iowa on Friday for events in Northeast and Central Iowa. At Kirkwood Community College in Cedar Rapids Governor Romney hosted a "Strategy for a Stronger America: A Conservative Blueprint to Lower Taxes" Ask Mitt Anything meeting. He later traveled to Dubuque where he met with students at Loras College. On Friday evening, Governor Romney spoke at an Iowa Christian Alliance House Party in Dubuque.

Nov 25, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Travels To New Hampshire
On Sunday, November 25, Governor Mitt Romney and his wife Ann returned to New Hampshire for campaign events. Their first stop was at French's Toy Shop in Concord with their grandson Parker, where they met with area voters. The Romneys later traveled to the Newport Senior Center where Governor Romney hosted a "Strategy for a Stronger America: Strengthening the American Family Ask Mitt Anything" event. In Keene, Governor Mitt Romney hosted a second "Ask Mitt Anything" town hall meeting at the Kee

Nov 24, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Travels To New Hampshire
On Saturday Governor Mitt Romney was joined by US Senator Judd Gregg for events in the Granite State. Governor Mitt Romney hosted a "Strategy for a Stronger America: A Conservative Blueprint to Restrain Government Spending Ask Mitt Anything" town hall event in Amherst before heading to Derry where he marched in the Derry Holiday parade. Governor Romney and Senator Gregg then met with Goffstown area residents at Goffstown Hardware. In Bow, Governor Romney held a second "Ask Mitt Anything" event a


Nov 21, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Travels To Iowa
On Wednesday Governor Mitt Romney met with Washington County Area Residents at The Coffee Corner. He then traveled to The Carver College of Medicine at the University of Iowa to host a "Stronger America: Expanding Access to Affordable Health Care" town hall meeting. After meeting with members of the media at the University of Iowa, Governor Romney volunteered at Hawkeye Area Community Action Program, Inc. in Hiawatha, IA.

Nov 20, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Travels To Iowa
Governor Mitt Romney returned to Iowa on Tuesday delivering an address on Health Care: "Stronger America: Expanding Access to Affordable Health Care" at Des Moines University. He then traveled to Newton where he toured the Skiff Medical Center. On Tuesday evening, Governor Romney hosted a Jasper County "Ask Mitt Anything" town hall meeting.

Nov 20, 2007 Romney Agenda: Stronger Iowa Families With More Affordable Health Care
In Iowa, Governor Romney discussed his conservative plan to strengthen Iowa families by putting conservative principles to work in health care. Governor Romney has outlined a comprehensive solution to the nation's health care ills that expands access to affordable, portable, quality, private health insurance.

Nov 19, 2007 Romney Agenda: A New Vision To Open Markets And Help Washington Succeed
In Washington State, Governor Romney discussed his vision for opening markets for America. Ensuring that Washington state's economy is strong and competitive depends on leadership in our nation's capital that will embark on an effort for domestic change and open international markets for American products.

Nov 18, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Travels To Wyoming
Governor Mitt Romney traveled to Wyoming for campaign events throughout the state on Sunday. Governor Romney met with voters in Gillette and then traveled to Riverton where he held an economic "Ask Mitt Anything" town hall meeting. That evening he traveled to Cheyenne where he met with voters at the Little America Hotel and then held a media availability.

Nov 16, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Travels To Nevada
Governor Mitt Romney traveled to Nevada for events in Las Vegas and Reno this Friday and Saturday. On Friday Governor Romney attended a Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce Economic Roundtable. On Saturday Governor Romney hosted an Economic "Ask Mitt Anything" town hall meeting at the Paseo Verde Library in Henderson and then met with local volunteers at the Romney for President phone bank center. Governor Romney later traveled to Reno where he met with area campaign volunteers.

Nov 15, 2007 Governor Romney Travels To California
On Thursday Governor Mitt Romney traveled to California for events in the southern part of the state including an "Ask Mitt Anything" town hall meeting in Burbank.

Nov 13, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Travels To Iowa
Governor Mitt Romney traveled to Sioux City, Iowa on Tuesday, November 13, where he discussed reforming our immigration system with members of the media at JetSun Aviation Centre. He later celebrated the opening of the Sioux City Romney for President Office on Indian Hills Drive.

Nov 12, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Travels To New Hampshire
On Monday Governor Mitt Romney returned to New Hampshire Monday for events in the Granite State. In Manchester, he met with Gentex employees and then traveled to Concord where he visited with veterans at the Harris Hill Retirement Home.

Nov 10, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Travels To New Hampshire
Governor Mitt Romney was in New Hampshire Saturday where he met with local supporters at the NH campaign headquarters in the morning before walking door to door in Manchester to meet area voters. Governor Romney then traveled to Hopkinton, Holderness and Laconia where he hosted three "Ask Mitt Anything" town hall events.


Nov 09, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Travels To New Hampshire
On Friday, November 9, Governor Mitt Romney returned to New Hampshire. He met with area voters at Freshwater Farms in Atkinson and then held an "Ask Mitt Anything" event at Nottingham West Elementary School in Hudson.

Nov 07, 2007 Governor Romney Travels To South Carolina
On Wednesday, November 7, Governor Mitt Romney started the day at the EdVenture Children's Museum in Columbia, SC where he spoke about the need to strengthen education. He then traveled to Hilton Head where he met with area voters at Stack's Restaurant.

Nov 06, 2007 Governor Romney Travels To South Carolina
On Tuesday Governor Romney traveled to South Carolina where he toured the Carolina Hope Adoption Agency in Greenville, met with members of the media and visited the Main Street Deli in Anderson.
Nov 05, 2007 Governor Romney Travels To Florida
Governor Mitt Romney returned to Fort Lauderdale, Florida on Monday where he addressed the Nova Southeastern University Federalist Society Forum, answered questions and met with students.

Nov 03, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Travels To Michigan
On Saturday Governor Mitt Romney traveled to East Lansing, Michigan to meet with voters at the University of Michigan vs. Michigan State University football game.

Nov 02, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Travels To Iowa And Ohio
On Friday Governor Mitt Romney hosted a Marshall County "Ask Mitt Anything" event in Marshalltown, Iowa and then traveled to Waterloo where he hosted a Black Hawk County "Ask Mitt Anything" and delivered an address on trade: "Strategy for a Stronger America: A New Vision on Opening Markets." Governor Romney then traveled to Cleveland, Ohio where he met with members of the local media.

Nov 01, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Travels To Iowa
Governor Mitt Romney campaigned in Iowa on Thursday hosting an "Ask Mitt Anything" event at Luther College in Decorah. He then traveled to Charles City where he visited the Floyd County Historical Museum and met with area voters. Governor Romney continued his day in Mason City where he hosted a Cerro Gordo County "Ask Mitt Anything" event and that evening delivered the keynote address to the Association of Builders and Contractors of Iowa in West Des Moines.

Nov 01, 2007 Romney Agenda: A New Vision To Open Markets And Help Iowa Succeed
In Iowa, Governor Romney discussed his vision for opening markets for America. Ensuring that Iowa's economy is strong and competitive depends on leadership in Washington that will embark on an effort for domestic change and open international markets for American products.

Oct 31, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Travels To Iowa
Governor Mitt Romney returned to Iowa on Wednesday, October 31, where he attended a Romney for President House Party at the home of Chris and Bev McLinden in Adel.

Oct 29, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Travels To New Hampshire
On Monday Governor Mitt Romney was in New Hampshire for events in the southern part of the State. After a rally with supporters at the NH State Library, Governor Mitt Romney walked across the street to the State House where he filed his declaration of candidacy. He then traveled to University of New Hampshire ? Manchester to host an "Ask Mitt Anything" event and he ended the day at BAE Systems in Nashua where he held another "Ask Mitt Anything" event.


Oct 27, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Travels To Florida
On Saturday Governor Mitt Romney traveled to Naples, Florida to participate in the Annual Swamp Buggy Parade.

Oct 26, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Travels To Iowa
Governor Mitt Romney traveled to Iowa on Friday, October 26, for events in central and southeast Iowa. Governor Romney hosted a Polk County "Ask Mitt Anything" breakfast in West Des Moines, taped Iowa Press in Johnston, hosted a Henry County "Ask Mitt Anything" luncheon in Mount Pleasant and ended the day in Lee County with an "Ask Mitt Anything" town hall in Fort Madison.

Oct 25, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Travels To New Hampshire
On Thursday, Governor Mitt Romney was in Southern New Hampshire to take part in a health care town hall meeting at the Elliot Hospital. Governor Mitt Romney later held an "Ask Mitt Anything" house party at the home of John and Patricia Spencer in Hooksett. Governor Romney then traveled to Exeter where he met with students and held an "Ask Mitt Anything" at Phillips-Exeter Academy.

Oct 23, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Travels To South Carolina
On Tuesday Governor Romney returned to South Carolina holding campaign events across the state. Governor Romney addressed the Greenwood Chamber of Commerce in the morning and the Greenville Rotary Club luncheon later that day. He then traveled to Columbia and Summerville where he hosted "Ask Mitt Anything" townhall meetings. On Wednesday morning, Governor Romney met with area residents at the Donut Man in Myrtle Beach.

Oct 23, 2007 Romney Agenda: A New Vision To Open Markets And Help U.S. Workers To Succeed
In South Carolina, Governor Romney addressed his vision for opening markets for America. Ensuring that America is the strongest, most competitive economy in the world depends both on leading change domestically and opening international markets for America.

Oct 20, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Travels To Florida For GOP Presidential Primary Debate
Governor Mitt Romney and his wife Ann returned to Florida on Saturday, October 20, to attend the Republican Party of Florida's Presidency IV convention in Orlando. Governor Romney participated in the GOP Presidency Primary Debate on Sunday.

Oct 19, 2007 Governor Romney Travels To Iowa And Washington, D.C.
Governor Mitt Romney returned to Iowa on Friday for events in the southwest area of the state. Governor Romney hosted a Page County "Ask Mitt Anything" breakfast in Shenandoah, visited with students at Treynor High School, and held a Pottawattamie County "Ask Mitt Anything" luncheon in Council Bluffs. Governor Romney then traveled to Washington, D.C. to address the Family Research Council's "Washington Briefing: Values Voter Summit."

Oct 18, 2007 Governor Romney Travels To South Carolina
On Thursday, Governor Romney and his wife Ann traveled to South Carolina. Governor and Mrs. Romney hosted an "Ask Mitt Anything" town hall meeting at the Applewood Pancake House in Pawley's Island. Governor Romney then traveled to Florence to attend a luncheon at the home of Drs. Jed and Mary Tepper. He later traveled to Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System to tour the hospital. Governor Romney finished the day in Fort Mill where he hosted an "Ask Mitt Anything" town hall and BBQ.

Oct 17, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Travels To Iowa And Ohio
Governor Mitt Romney traveled to eastern Iowa on Wednesday, October 17, to host a Clinton County "Ask Mitt Anything" breakfast, take a walking tour downtown DeWitt and hold a Scott County "Ask Mitt Anything" luncheon. He later traveled to Columbus, Ohio where he met with members of the media at the Ohio State University Airport.

Oct 16, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Travels To Washington, D.C.
Governor Mitt Romney was in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday, October 16, to address the Republican Jewish Coalition Presidential Candidates Forum in the afternoon and to address the Republican National Committee Presidential Trust Dinner that evening.


Oct 13, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Travels To Michigan
On Saturday, October 13, Governor Mitt Romney traveled to Michigan to speak at the Traverse City Republican Party Breakfast and later hosted an "Ask Mitt Anything" town hall event in Grand Rapids. Governor Romney also attended a Grand Valley State University vs. Indianapolis football tailgate while he was in the state.

Oct 12, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Travels To Nevada
Governor Mitt Romney returned to Nevada for events in the Reno area on Friday, October 12, speaking at the Nevada Federation of Republican Women Town Hall in Sparks and later speaking to the Conservative Leadership Conference at John Ascuaga's Nugget Casino Resort.

Oct 11, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Travels To Arizona
On Thursday, October 11, Governor Mitt Romney traveled to Phoenix, AZ where he met with members of the local and national media.

Oct 10, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Travels To Colorado
On Wednesday, October 10, Governor Mitt Romney traveled to Denver, Colorado to hold a town hall meeting at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law.

Oct 06, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Travels To New Hampshire
On Saturday Governor Mitt Romney and his wife Ann were in New Hampshire for events near the seacoast. Governor Romney hosted "Ask Mitt Anything" events in Dover, Rye and Milford in addition to attending the Fremont Snowmobile Grass Drags and the Hillsborough Republican Oktoberfest Picnic in Bedford.

Oct 04, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Travels to New Hampshire
On Thursday, Governor Mitt Romney traveled to New Hampshire for events in the Southern part of the state. He began the day touring and meeting with employees at Presstek Inc. in Hudson and then traveled to Manchester where he held an "Ask Mitt Anything" event at St. Anselm College. Governor Romney later held an Economic "Ask Mitt Anything" at Devine, Millimet & Branch in Manchester, met with residents at Mary Ann's Diner in Derry and hosted an "Ask Mitt Anything" town hall meeting in Merrimack

Sep 28, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Travels To Utah
On Friday, September 28, Governor Mitt Romney traveled to Utah to attend the Rally for Romney event in Salt Lake City. Rally for Romney is a nationwide grassroots fundraising initiative designed to mobilize and empower volunteers across the country to build support at the grassroots level. Rally for Romney call days took place in more than 50 cities, in 25 states this week.

Sep 23, 2007 Governor Romney Travels To California
On Sunday Governor Mitt Romney and his wife Ann traveled to California kicking off a week's worth of events with an "Ask Mitt Anything" event at Chapman University in Orange. On Monday Governor Romney hosted another "Ask Mitt Anything" event in Santa Clara, CA.

Sep 22, 2007 Governor Romney Travels to Michigan
On Saturday, September 22, Governor Mitt Romney and his wife Ann traveled to Mackinac Island, MI, for the Mackinac Republican Leadership Conference. The Romneys were greeted at the ferry dock and escorted to the Grand Hotel by campaign supporters. After addressing the Mackinac Republican Leadership Conference, Governor and Mrs. Romney hosted an ice cream social at the Jockey Club at the Grand Stand.

Sep 19, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Travels to Florida
On Wednesday, September 19, Governor Mitt Romney was joined by his son Josh at The Villages to attend the Leadership for America Rally. Governor Romney addressed over 4,000 attendees following a live performance by recording artist Lee Greenwood.

Sep 18, 2007 Governor Romney Travels to Florida
On Tuesday, September 18, Governor Mitt Romney traveled to Northern Florida to hold that state's sixth "Ask Mitt Anything" town hall event in Orange Park.

Sep 15, 2007 Governor Romney Travels to Iowa
Governor Mitt Romney returned to Iowa on Saturday, September 15, to attend the Iowa vs. Iowa State football game at Jack Trice Stadium in Ames, and later spoke to Jones County Republicans in Anamosa.

Sep 08, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Travels to Iowa
Governor Mitt Romney returned to Northwest Iowa on Saturday to host "Ask Mitt Anything" events in Cherokee and Sanborn. Governor Romney also greeted Clay County Fair-goers in Spencer and delivered the keynote address at the Plymouth County Republicans dinner in Le Mars.

Sep 07, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Travels to New Hampshire
On Friday, September 7, Governor Mitt Romney returned to New Hampshire for events in the North Country. Governor Romney hosted "Ask Mitt Anything" town hall meetings in Conway, Berlin, and Lebanon, NH and met with local business owners in Littleton.

Sep 03, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Travels to New Hampshire
On Monday, Governor Mitt Romney and his wife Ann celebrated Labor Day in New Hampshire by meeting with area voters in Moultonborough, hosting an "Ask Mitt Anything" event in Ashland, participating in the Operation Old Glory Celebration at the New Hampshire State House and marching in the Milford Labor Day Parade. Governor and Mrs. Romney later attended the Salem Republican Party Labor Day Picnic and hosted an "Ask Mitt Anything" event in Nashua.

Aug 30, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Kicks Off South Carolina Bus Tour
The Mitt Mobile made its South Carolina debut this week with Governor Mitt Romney's latest visit to the Palmetto State. On Thursday and Friday, Governor Romney campaigned in seven cities in South Carolina. Governor Romney held "Ask Mitt Anything" events in Myrtle Beach, North Charleston, Columbia, Aiken, Newberry and Greenville.

Aug 24, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Travels To Florida And Indiana
On Friday, Governor Mitt Romney delivered the Good Government Luncheon keynote address at the Florida Medical Association's 2007 Annual Meeting and Florida Medical Expo in Hollywood, Florida. Governor Romney outlined his plan to support free-market health care reform that will allow more Americans to become insured through the private market. Governor Romney then traveled to Indianapolis, IN to speak at the Midwest Republican Leadership Conference and tour the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum

Aug 22, 2007 Governor Romney Travels To Wyoming
Governor Mitt Romney traveled to Jackson Hole, WY on Wednesday where he meet with local area supporters and volunteers at the 49'er Inn.

Aug 21, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Travels To Nevada
Governor Mitt Romney returned to Nevada on Tuesday to meet with campaign volunteers in Las Vegas and to speak to a meeting of the Reno/Lake Tahoe Olympic Committee at Mount Rose Ski Lodge in Reno.

Aug 16, 2007 Governor Romney Travels To South Carolina, West Virginia, and New Hampshire
On Thursday Governor Mitt Romney delivered remarks to the Greer Chamber of Commerce in South Carolina. He then traveled to Fairlea, West Virginia to attend the West Virginia State Fair. Governor Romney ended his day in New Hampshire where he and his wife Ann hosted an "Ask Mitt Anything" Town Hall in Londonderry.



Aug 15, 2007 Governor Romney Travels to Michigan, Georgia, and Florida
On Wednesday, August 15, Governor Mitt Romney began the day in Holland, Michigan where he spoke during the Ottawa County and Allegan County Ronald Reagan Tribute breakfast. He then traveled to Atlanta, Georgia where he met with area voters at The Varsity Restaurant. He then traveled to Florida to host an "Ask Mitt Anything" community forum in Winter Park.

Aug 14, 2007 Governor Romney Travels To Oklahoma and Texas
Governor Romney traveled to Oklahoma City Tuesday to host an "Ask Mitt Anything" event at the University of Oklahoma. He later traveled to Grand Prarie, Texas to take part in Sean Hannity's Freedom Concert.

Aug 13, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Travels To Nevada And California
On Monday Governor Mitt Romney traveled from Elko, NV, where he hosted an early morning "Ask Mitt Anything" event to California for events in Central and Southern California. Governor Romney met with local area voters at La Boulangerie Bakery in Fresno, CA and later toured the Southern Border in San Ysidro, CA.

Aug 11, 2007 Governor Romney At The Ames Straw Poll
Governor Mitt Romney overwhelmingly won the Iowa Republican Straw Poll. With eleven names appearing on the conservative Straw Poll ballot, Governor Romney won with 31.5 percent (4,516 votes).

Aug 10, 2007 Governor Romney Travels To Iowa
On Friday, Governor Romney was joined by members of his family while he hosted a Boone County "Ask Mitt Anything" Breakfast in Ogden, IA and a Story County "Ask Mitt Anything" Coffee in Nevada, IA. Governor Romney later served as the Iowa Pork Producers Celebrity Chef of the Day at the Iowa State Fairgrounds and spoke at the Des Moines Register's Old-Fashioned Political Soapbox. Governor Romney?s entire family later joined him at a Pre-Straw Poll Rally in Ames, IA.

Aug 09, 2007 Governor Romney Travels To Iowa
On Thursday Governor Romney hosted six "Ask Mitt Anything" meetings in Central Iowa including events in Tama, Grundy Center, Iowa Falls, Hampton, Eagle Grove and Fort Dodge, IA.

Aug 08, 2007 Governor Romney Travels To Iowa
Governor Mitt Romney returned to Iowa on Wednesday, for three days of events leading up to the Ames Straw Poll on Saturday, August 11. On Wednesday, he and his wife Ann visited the Wilton Candy Kitchen before hosting 5 "Ask Mitt Anything" events including meetings in Bettendorf, Moscow, Coralville, Amana and Cedar Rapids, IA.

Aug 06, 2007 Governor Romney Visits Florida
On Monday Governor Mitt Romney and his wife Ann traveled to Florida where they hosted two "Ask Mitt Anything" events in Daytona Beach and Tampa. Earlier in the day, Governor Romney addressed the Space Coast Tiger Bay Club in Melbourne.

Aug 05, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney Travels To Iowa
Governor Mitt Romney returned to Iowa Sunday, where he participated in the ABC News Republican Debate. Following the debate, Governor Romney was joined by his wife Ann and sons Tagg, Matt and Josh to host a Dallas County "Ask Mitt Anything" luncheon, a meeting with local Boone County residents and a Polk County post-debate rally at Ankeny High School.

Aug 03, 2007 Governor Romney Travels To Minnesota
Governor Mitt Romney spoke to the Bull Moose Club in Des Moines, IA on Friday before traveling to Minneapolis, MN to meet his wife Ann and speak at the Republican National Committee?s summer meeting.

Date Article Title
Feb 06, 2008 Decisive Victories In Mass.
Feb 05, 2008 Minnesota Hands Romney A Win
Feb 03, 2008 Why I'm Voting For ... Romney Has The Leadership Qualities United States Needs
Feb 01, 2008 A Call To Conservative Action
Jan 27, 2008 My Vote
Jan 27, 2008 Romney Has The Stuff To Be Our President
Jan 26, 2008 Economic Turnaround Plan - The Choice Is Romney
Jan 24, 2008 On Sarasota Visit, It's Romney The Businessman
Jan 24, 2008 Romney Hits East Manatee
Jan 24, 2008 Romney Stands Out In Field

Date Article Title
Jan 20, 2008 Incline Republicans choose Mitt Romney
Jan 20, 2008 Romney's Legwork In State Pays Off
Jan 20, 2008 Romney Gains Easy Victory In Nevada's G.O.P. Contest
Jan 18, 2008 Romney Hopes To Claim A "Gold" In Nevada
Jan 17, 2008 Romney vows to 'fix things'
Jan 17, 2008 Romney's wife stumps in LV
Jan 16, 2008 Romney Wins Michigan GOP Primary
Jan 16, 2008 Romney declared winner in Michigan
Jan 15, 2008 Romney vows to aid car industry
Jan 14, 2008 Romney emphasizes optimism in speech to students

Jan 12, 2008 Romney triumphs in Ottawa County straw poll
Jan 10, 2008 Romney would make best choice for Great Lakes
Jan 06, 2008 Romney fans skip Hawaii trip
Jan 06, 2008 Romney Wins Most Wyoming Delegates
Jan 04, 2008 On taxes, Mitt Romney really gets it
Jan 02, 2008 Romney Thanks Iowa Amid Final Pitch For Caucus Votes
Jan 02, 2008 Romney Says He's Ready To Lead Change
Jan 01, 2008 Covering The Conservative Bases: Why Mitt Romney Does It Best
Jan 01, 2008 Hoekstra in Iowa to support Romney
Dec 31, 2007 Romney, Obama Should Get Party Nominations

Date Article Title
Dec 31, 2007 Why Romney Is Right For Iowa, America
Dec 31, 2007 Romney Touts Business Experience
Dec 26, 2007 Romney Is the Real Deal
Dec 24, 2007 Romney's Education Plan: A Winning Formula
Dec 18, 2007 Mayans is hot on Romney's trail
Dec 17, 2007 "Mitt Romney: A Leader To Turn Off The Sanctuary Magnets"
Dec 17, 2007 Mitt Romney: The Man Who Turns Things Around
Dec 15, 2007 Ex-judge Bork endorses Romney
Dec 14, 2007 Ann Romney Stumps For Husband At House Party
Dec 14, 2007 Romney Is The Kind Of Leader We Need

Date Article Title
Dec 13, 2007 Candidate profile: Romney 'relentlessly upbeat'
Dec 07, 2007 Romney's Speech, Wife Lauded
Dec 05, 2007 Why I Chose Romney
Dec 04, 2007 Romney to give speech on 'Faith in America'
Dec 03, 2007 Romney gets some help from his family
Dec 03, 2007 Record And Vision - Romney Is Cut Out For Cutting
Dec 03, 2007 Romney To Give 'Religion Speech'
Nov 26, 2007 Criminals, Beware - The Romney Massachusetts Record
Nov 21, 2007 Romney: Loosen rules on health insurance
Nov 21, 2007 Romney's key ingredient

Nov 20, 2007 The Right Prescription In Healthcare: Action, Not Talk
Nov 20, 2007 Ann Romney Strikes A Chord In Duval For Husband's Campaign
Nov 19, 2007 Romney Stumps For Wyo's Delegates
Nov 19, 2007 Tough talk on immigration works up crowd in suburb
Nov 17, 2007 The Man Who Wants To Fix Washington
Nov 16, 2007 Romney Mines For Votes In Southern California
Nov 16, 2007 The Romney Difference
Nov 15, 2007 A Real Healthcare Record: Deconstructing Pipes
Nov 14, 2007 Romney Swats At Opponents On Immigration
Nov 13, 2007 Two Local Mayors Endorse Romney For President

Nov 08, 2007 Romney Finds Stacks Of Backers At Pancake House
Nov 07, 2007 America Needs Mitt Romney's Leadership
Nov 06, 2007 Romney Supports Federal Amendment On Marriage
Nov 06, 2007 Judge This - In The Footsteps Of Roberts And Alito
Nov 05, 2007 Romney Wins County Republican Straw Poll
Nov 02, 2007 Republican Romney Says President Should Have Renewed Foreign Trade Authority
Nov 01, 2007 Romney Makes Stop In Mason City
Nov 01, 2007 Interview With Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney On Technology Issues
Nov 01, 2007 DeMint Could Give Romney Lift In S.C.
Oct 31, 2007 Romney: Democrats Will Stifle Trade

Oct 31, 2007 In Chicago, Romney Warns Of "Hillary's House Of Horrors"
Oct 30, 2007 Romney Files Official Papers To Get On N.H. Primary Ballot
Oct 30, 2007 Romney, Clinton, Obama Lead In Latest U Of I Poll
Oct 28, 2007 Romney Woos Emerald Coast
Oct 24, 2007 Romney Pitches His Experience As Businessman
Oct 24, 2007 Romney Calls For 'Ideology Of Strength'
Oct 20, 2007 "An 'Electability' Theory?"
Oct 19, 2007 Romney Visits Area
Oct 18, 2007 Romney Criticizes Clinton While In Clinton
Oct 17, 2007 Romney nabs two nice names

Oct 17, 2007 Mack backs Romney's presidential run
Oct 16, 2007 New Romney Ad Appeals To N.H. Voters
Oct 15, 2007 Embracing Campaign Life, Still Relishing Home
Oct 12, 2007 Listen To Mitt
Oct 11, 2007 Romney Opens Up At DU Forum
Oct 11, 2007 Romney Visits Royal Oak
Oct 11, 2007 Ann Romney Visits Port City
Oct 08, 2007 Romney's Tax Free Savings Plan A Boon For Middle Class
Oct 07, 2007 Romney hammers anti-tax message
Oct 05, 2007 Romney ad: Pledge not to raise taxes

Oct 02, 2007 MS Ann
Oct 02, 2007 Romney Meets With Grass-roots Advocates
Oct 02, 2007 Interview: Romney Advisor James Bopp, Jr.
Oct 01, 2007 In First Lady Race, Romney First Online
Oct 01, 2007 Judges Who Can Take The Judicial Oath - And Mean It
Sep 27, 2007 Romney Son Helps Father Campaign
Sep 26, 2007 Romney Draws Crowd at L.B. Campaign Stop
Sep 26, 2007 Granger Endorses Romney and Will Co-Chair Women for Mitt
Sep 25, 2007 Romney Angered by Ahmadinejad's Appearance at Columbia
Sep 24, 2007 The Running Mates: Ann Romney

Sep 20, 2007 Romney Stumps on Security, Taxes, Economy
Sep 19, 2007 Ahmadinejad at the U.N.
Sep 19, 2007 Conservative Themes Fill Romney Florida Speech
Sep 17, 2007 Romney Urges U.N. to Bar Iranian President
Sep 15, 2007 Romney: Defining Moment is Now
Sep 15, 2007 Bringing The Market To Health Care
Sep 14, 2007 Romney Campaign Recruits in Joplin
Sep 13, 2007 Romney Campaigns in Midland, Calls for 'Strong America'
Sep 13, 2007 Mitt's Wife Delights in Campaign
Sep 08, 2007 Romney Calls for Tax Cuts on Savings

Sep 07, 2007 Romney Fleshes Out Proposal to Cut Investment Taxes
Sep 07, 2007 Middle-Class Americans Shouldn't Be Taxed On Investments
Sep 06, 2007 Promoting Economic Growth
Sep 04, 2007 Mitt Romney, Basking In the Momentum
Sep 04, 2007 Rutherford joins Romney's campaign as volunteer chairman
Sep 04, 2007 Romney sees a bright future
Sep 01, 2007 Clinton, Romney ahead in Michigan
Sep 01, 2007 Resident impressed with meeting Mitt Romney
Aug 30, 2007 Romney: Iowa ruling 'against the will of the people'
Aug 30, 2007 Letter To The Editor: Want real leadership? Romney is your man

Aug 27, 2007 Rep. Petri backs Mitt Romney's presidential bid
Aug 27, 2007 Romney is first GOP hopeful to have Minnesota committee
Aug 24, 2007 Leadership That Empowered Individuals
Aug 24, 2007 Romney's Son Pushes Dad's Fundraising in Valley
Aug 24, 2007 Romney's health care fix: states, market
Aug 23, 2007 Romney pushes values
Aug 22, 2007 Romney to enter the health care fray
Aug 21, 2007 Mitt Romney: Putting Conservative Principles To Work In Healthcare
Aug 20, 2007 Georgia businesses, GOP back Romney
Aug 17, 2007 So far, it's Clinton, Romney

Aug 17, 2007 Mitt Romney: Former Mass. governor focuses on economic proposals during stops in Greer
Aug 17, 2007 Romney wins straw poll at Illinois fair
Aug 16, 2007 Enforcing Our Immigration Laws
Aug 15, 2007 Romney Moves Elko's Attention Back To GOP
Aug 14, 2007 GOP Hopeful Romney Tours Border In S.D.
Aug 13, 2007 The Romney Campaign: It's All In The Family
Aug 12, 2007 The Straw Poll: Give Mitt His Due
Aug 09, 2007 Romney Leads In U Of I Poll
Aug 07, 2007 Romney Wins Woodbury County GOP Straw Poll
Aug 07, 2007 Romney Says Hello To Tampa

Aug 06, 2007 Romney Finds A Foothold To Continue Upward Climb
Aug 03, 2007 Romney To Participate In State GOP Convention
Aug 01, 2007 Romney Picks Up Key State Endorsement
Jul 30, 2007 Romney Hopes To Win Straw Poll In Iowa
Jul 29, 2007 Romney Criticizes Obama For Diplomacy Remarks During Fla. Event
Jul 29, 2007 Romney's Tax-Cut Talk Wins Cheers
Jul 28, 2007 Romney Jabs At Top Dem Candidates
Jul 28, 2007 Romney Picks Up Backing During Two-Day Iowa Visit
Jul 27, 2007 2 Utahns To Court Hispanics
Jul 27, 2007 Letter To The Editor: Mitt Romney Is Right On Taxes

Jul 26, 2007 Ann Romney Opens Up
Jul 26, 2007 Romney Talks Economy In Franklin
Jul 26, 2007 Edwards, Romney Lead In Iowa Poll
Jul 26, 2007 Romney Wants Conservative Judges
Jul 23, 2007 GOP Advisor Glenn Hubbard: An Interview
Jul 23, 2007 Candidate Jabs Dems, Outlines Plan
Jul 23, 2007 Five Alabama Legislators Backing Mitt Romney
Jul 23, 2007 Bouchard Endorses Romney
Jul 22, 2007 Romney Visits Clear Lake
Jul 21, 2007 Romney Blasts Obama, Others

Jul 20, 2007 Romney Preaches Military Might
Jul 20, 2007 'Yankee Governor With Southern Values' Backs Military And Attacks 'Hillarycare'
Jul 20, 2007 Ann Romney On The Trail
Jul 20, 2007 Romney Rises In Poll, Keeps Focus On NH
Jul 19, 2007 Romney: Dems Shrink From Terror
Jul 19, 2007 Letter To The Editor: Cast Your Vote
Jul 19, 2007 Letter To The Editor: Support Romney
Jul 18, 2007 Ann Romney In South Carolina: A Family Affair
Jul 17, 2007 Romney Gets Largest Share Of Valley's Political Pocketbooks
Jul 16, 2007 Letter To The Editor - Romney Has Proven Track Record In Government

Jul 15, 2007 An Evening In Hollywood
Jul 13, 2007 Why I Support Mitt Romney
Jul 13, 2007 Lawmakers Back Romney, Clinton
Jul 11, 2007 Letter To The Editor: Man Of Character
Jul 09, 2007 Seacoast Women Named To Leadership Team
Jul 08, 2007 Perception Is The Key In Dealing With Terror
Jul 08, 2007 Traction Where It Counts
Jul 05, 2007 Romney's Data Cruncher
Jul 04, 2007 Nearly 150 Greet GOP Candidate
Jul 04, 2007 Letter To The Editor: Don't Forget The August 11 Ames Straw Poll

Jul 03, 2007 Poll Shows Romney Pulling Ahead
Jul 03, 2007 Romney: 'I Will Make America Strong'
Jul 02, 2007 The Mitt And Bill Show
Jul 02, 2007 The Best Kind of Justices
Jul 01, 2007 Republicans Stress Conservative Credentials At Iowa Forum
Jun 30, 2007 Romney's Son In Town
Jun 29, 2007 In Visit Here, Mitt Romney Hails Defeat Of Immigration Bill
Jun 25, 2007 Mitt Romney's Strength
Jun 25, 2007 Romney Gains Credibility In Early Primary States
Jun 23, 2007 Presidential Hopeful Touts Optimism, Reagan Values

Jun 23, 2007 Mitt Romney Visits Idaho Falls
Jun 22, 2007 Governor Romney's Global Initiative For Values And Freedom: A Strategy To Defeat Radical Jihad
Jun 22, 2007 Romney Cites U.S. Strengths
Jun 22, 2007 Romney Calls For New Strategy On Terror
Jun 22, 2007 Letter To The Editor: Romney Will Be Here
Jun 21, 2007 Romney Taps Babcock, Johnson For Campaign
Jun 20, 2007 Apologies To Austin Powers, Romney Introduces Mini-Mitt
Jun 20, 2007 Letter to the Editor: Romney Understands
Jun 19, 2007 Romney Pays A Visit
Jun 18, 2007 Romney Uses Organization, Advertising To Build Lead In Early Voting States

Jun 17, 2007 Romney Has Father's Day Focus On Family Values
Jun 17, 2007 Romney Touts Family Values
Jun 16, 2007 Romney Criticizes Reid For Stance On Iraq
Jun 16, 2007 Romney Urges Return To Family Values
Jun 15, 2007 Ann Romney: You Gotta Have Faith
Jun 13, 2007 Romney Names S.C. Leaders To Religion Team
Jun 12, 2007 Romney Builds On Money Lead
Jun 09, 2007 Romney Brothers Dish On Dad
Jun 09, 2007 From SCV, Mitt Love
Jun 08, 2007 Romney Son Driving 'Mitt Mobile' To Iowa

Jun 07, 2007 Romney Still Focused On Straw Poll
Jun 07, 2007 Iowans Warm Up To Romney
Jun 07, 2007 In Case You Missed It: Governor Romney Right On Campaign Finance Reform
Jun 04, 2007 Romney's Political Fortunes Tied To Riches He Gained In Business
May 31, 2007 Romney makes a campaign stop at DMACC
May 29, 2007 Romney Meets Voters At Dover Coffee Shop
May 29, 2007 Veterans Have Romney's Ear
May 25, 2007 Mitt Romney Makes Stop In Polk County To Tout Key Issues
May 25, 2007 Romney Speaks To County Republicans At Dinner
May 24, 2007 Romney Says Media Must 'Police Itself'

May 22, 2007 Romney's On A Roll, In The Money And The Polls
May 22, 2007 Romney speaks to GOP group in town
May 22, 2007 Ann Romney: Mitt Has Always Been Pro-Life
May 21, 2007 Mitt Romney In The Southland
May 20, 2007 Mitt Romney Leads Republicans
May 18, 2007 Romney The Best Hope For A Fiscal Conservative President
May 14, 2007 Mitt Romney Rises To The Top
May 14, 2007 Signing Up America
May 13, 2007 Romney Camp Plans Mass Drive To Seek Support
May 13, 2007 Military Needs To Be Expanded, Romney Tells Hillsdale Grads

May 13, 2007 Romney Tells Hillsdale Grads U.S. Military Must Be Strengthened
May 11, 2007 Romney Campaign Throws New Kind Of House Party
May 11, 2007 Governor Romney's Genuine Conversion
May 06, 2007 No JFK Speech At Regent University
May 05, 2007 Romney has productive return to Valley
Apr 27, 2007 Romney: Fix Washington
Apr 27, 2007 Romney's plan
Apr 26, 2007 Romney: I'll Change Washington
Apr 24, 2007 Romney Stresses Conservative Values In Speech To Florida GOP Lawmakers
Apr 23, 2007 It Takes A Fiscal Conservative To Change Washington

Apr 21, 2007 Romney: America Is The 'Hope Of The World'
Apr 20, 2007 Townhall.com sits down with Gov. Romney
Apr 16, 2007 Romney Makes Financial And Ideological Surge
Apr 16, 2007 GOP: Romney Secures Strong Start In State
Apr 15, 2007 Romney Gaining In Horry, Poll Says
Apr 14, 2007 A CEO For The USA?
Apr 14, 2007 Charleston GOP favors Romney
Apr 14, 2007 Romney Stumps At South Carolina Conventions
Apr 14, 2007 Romney's Leadership Is Needed
Apr 12, 2007 Romney Says He'll Expand Armed Forces by 100,000

Apr 11, 2007 Romney Urges More Be Spent On Defense And Energy Research
Apr 11, 2007 Romney backs Bush on war
Apr 10, 2007 Sun City trip might have spurred support for Romney
Apr 08, 2007 Scoring touchdowns at the Gridiron Club
Apr 05, 2007 Romney touts record, lists endorsements
Apr 05, 2007 Romney Backs End To Taxes On Savings
Apr 04, 2007 Conway: Romney's backers include 'most of the cream of the crop in Texas'
Apr 04, 2007 Romney Tells Voters: Ask Away
Apr 04, 2007 Coffers full, Mitt Romney campaigns in region today
Apr 04, 2007 Romney: 1 man 1 woman

Apr 02, 2007 Why I Think You Should Vote For My Dad
Apr 01, 2007 Romney To The Rescue
Mar 30, 2007 Romney works Sun City crowd
Mar 30, 2007 Tax Talk
Mar 27, 2007 Romney Can Return Fiscal Sanity To The U.S.
Mar 24, 2007 Romney Reiterates Support For War
Mar 24, 2007 Gov. Mitt Romney Is The Right Choice For President
Mar 23, 2007 Romney: Reform immigration, allow students to stay
Mar 23, 2007 Romney Visits Bluffs
Mar 22, 2007 Governor Mitt Romney - The Leadership America Needs


Mar 10, 2007 The Mitt Romney I Know
Mar 08, 2007 Romney Bets On Tax Cuts To Win
Mar 07, 2007 Romney advertisement appeals to Cuban voters
Mar 03, 2007 Clinton, Romney Lead Among Insiders
Mar 03, 2007 Romancing The Conservatives
Feb 23, 2007 Romney stresses family values
Feb 21, 2007 The Best Choice Is Also A Good Choice
Feb 21, 2007 Romney Mounting an Early Presidential Ad Campaign
Feb 20, 2007 Romney holds fundraiser in Utah
Feb 15, 2007 Romney Touts His Business Experience

Feb 15, 2007 Romney's Campaign Of Transformation
Feb 11, 2007 Romney courts state GOP
Feb 10, 2007 Romney Says He'll Lead With Values
Feb 08, 2007 Romney: Renew Bush's Tax Cuts
Feb 07, 2007 Romney To Add Names
Feb 06, 2007 Romney Heeds Call Of Florida
Feb 05, 2007 Romney's Go-To Guy For Conservatives
Feb 03, 2007 Romney seeks support from Kentucky Republicans
Jan 29, 2007 Join the Club: Mitt Romney and Pro-Life Conversion
Jan 27, 2007 Mitt puts shine on all-star team

Jan 24, 2007 Romney Talks Tough On Iran
Jan 21, 2007 Dave Camp In Two Romney Exploratory Campaign Roles
Jan 18, 2007 Team Romney Wins Backing From 16 Committee Members
Jan 14, 2007 Mitt, be nimble
Jan 10, 2007 An Early Massachusetts Primary: The Campaign For Mr. Right
Jan 09, 2007 Romney Raises $6.5 Million In One-Day Blitz
Jan 07, 2007 Romney Urges Ga. Gathering To Look At Record
Jan 05, 2007 Romney Is First To Sign Pledge On Tax
Dec 31, 2006 Ready To Rumble: In The Early States It's McCain V. Romney
Dec 28, 2006 Romney Signs Agreement Allowing State Police To Detain Illegals

Dec 25, 2006 Mitt Romney 2008: America's First Mormon President? The New England Republican Who Might Make It So
Dec 22, 2006 Romney Partygoers Like What They Hear
Dec 22, 2006 Ready To Face The Challenge
Dec 18, 2006 Romney Has Team In Place
Dec 12, 2006 Romney Is Fast Rising As A Serious Contender
Dec 08, 2006 3 Join Romney's GOP Presidential Bid Team
Dec 04, 2006 Romney Assembles Wide-Ranging Team
Dec 01, 2006 Mister PowerPoint Goes To Washington
Nov 25, 2006 Romney Reaches For Reagan Touch




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Report: Voter turnout records broken

By ANN SANNER, Associated Press Writer


WASHINGTON - Voters came out in record numbers in about half the states that have voted in presidential primaries so far, according to an analysis Wednesday.

Turnout among Republicans on Super Tuesday toppled a 20-year record in Alabama, according to the report issued by American University's Center for the Study of the American Electorate. More than 16 percent of those eligible voted in the GOP race, compared with about 7 percent in 1988.

The report's findings were based on unofficial results from the primaries held through Tuesday. Caucuses and California primary results were excluded.

Alabama had 58,000 new voters sign up in the three months leading up to Tuesday's race, just one sign of newfound interest in a primary that used to be held in June and had little or no significance.

In Georgia, Democrats came out in droves to support Barack Obama, breaking a more than 30-year-old turnout record. More than 16 percent of eligible voters showed up at the polls Tuesday, compared with less than 15 percent in 1976.

"We are likely to see more records broken until the contests are decided, which in the Democratic Party's case, at least may last until their convention," said Curtis Gans, the center's director who performed the analysis.

About 14 million people voted in the Democratic primaries this year compared with the slightly more than 10 million who voted in GOP primaries, according to the analysis.

Twenty states have held Democratic and Republican primaries so far.

Here are some of the report's findings:

_Democratic primaries in 12 states set records. They are Alabama, Arizona,Connecticut, Georgia, IllinoisMassachusettsMissouriNew HampshireNew Jersey, New York, South Carolina and Utah.

_Republican primaries in 11 states saw their highest percentages of voter turnout ever. They are Alabama, Arkansas, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Missouri, New Jersey, OklahomaTennessee and Utah.

_Combining party turnouts, the highest percentage of eligible voters showing up this year came in New Hampshire — 52 percent.

_Among the record-setting states, New York primaries had the lowest percentage of people voting with just more than 18 percent of all those eligible casting votes.

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United States Republican presidential candidates, 2008


This article lists both declared and potential Republican candidates for the President of the United States in the 2008 election.

In accordance with the 22nd Amendment, incumbent President George W. Bush will not be eligible for re-election in 2008, and Vice President Dick Cheney has not sought the nomination and will not run for President.[1] Since both are Republicans, the field is clear.

Total delegates so far projected: 208
Other delegates yet to be assigned: 2,172
Total number of delegates: 2,380
Delegates required for nomination: 1,191
States already polled: 7 (IowaWyomingNew HampshireMichiganNevadaSouth CarolinaFlorida)
States yet to be polled: 43
Also to be polled: District of Columbia
Next State(s) in contest:
February 2nd, Maine, Republican closed caucus
February 5th, Super Tuesday, 21 states, 1069 delegates[2]

2008 Republican presidential primaries delegate count
As of January 292008


Mike Huckabee, former Governor of Arkansas

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See also: Political positions of Mike Huckabee

Mike Huckabee, born August 241955, in Hope, Arkansas, served as Governor of Arkansas for over 10 years. Huckabee has announced he will seek the Presidency in the 2008 presidential election.[3] He has made several trips to important primary states, including a four-day trip to New Hampshire in August 2006. His campaign has been focused largely on Iowa for the Ames Straw Poll on August 112007 He announced that he would be running in 2008 on NBC's Meet the Press television show with Tim Russert.[4] and has since made three appearances on Comedy Central's The Colbert ReportThe Today Show on NBC and many appearances on CNNFox News Channel, and MSNBC regarding the 2008 presidential election. He was declared the victor of the January 32008 Iowa caucus.[5]


Alan Keyes, former Ambassador to the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations

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Alan Keyes, born August 71950, in New York City, filed a Statement of Candidacy with the Federal Elections Commission on September 142007.[6] He served as Ambassador to the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations under President Ronald Reagan, and served as Assistant Secretary of State for International Organization Affairs from 1985 to 1987. He is currently on the ballot in 25 states.[7] He participated in Republican debates on September 17[8] and December 12.[9] If elected, Keyes would be the first African-American to hold the office of president, as well as the second Roman Catholic after John F. Kennedy. Keyes supports an amendment against gay marraige.[10] Keyes stated he would not have gone to war in Iraq[11], but also said that the war was justified[12] and defended President Bush's decision in on of his 2004 debates with Obama[13]. He has stated that troops should stay in Iraq [14] but also said that he would have turned over operations to the UN.[15] However, Keyes has stated that even while he was an Ambassador there, he was not a supporter of the United Nations[16].




Senator John McCain

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