Tuesday, May 02, 2006


Romney to visit Iowa City

Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney will be visiting Iowa City next Monday (5/8). All Johnson County Republicans are invited to attend his stop at the University of Iowa campus:

Monday, May 8, 2006
Room S-401, Pappajohn Business Building
Downtown Iowa City

Best bet for parking will either be on the street or the IMU Garage (see the parking map)

This stop will be on the last day of a three-day visit to the area. On Sunday morning (5/7) he will be delivering the commencement address and receiving and honorary degree at Coe College. He will also be attending a house party in Cedar Rapids sponsored by the Iowa Christian Alliance on the evening of May 8th. And he is headlining a fundraiser for Congressman Jim Leach in Burlington. Also according to one source, he may be attending a Kernel's baseball game.

For those that can't make it, check back here for full details next week from one of our commentators.

Very exciting! You won't want to miss him speak. He is, in my opinion, the GOPs most electable candidate to go against the Dems. He is a wonderful speaker, very smart and quite grounded in core Republican values.

Just for clarification . . . how long is the meeting supposed to last? (says 12:30-12:30)

There are a couple of Romney/Iowa blogs going already . . . see http://romneyforiowa.blogspot.com/
Yeah, that's 12:30-1:30. Butterfingers needs to slow down his typing.
Do you really think he is electable? I'm excited to see him here, and I'd vote for him, but I know a lot on the Christian Right won't vote for him because he is a Republican, even if he stands for many of the same things as them.
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