The battle for the White House has swept into Harrisonburg, as the Romney bus pulled into town today.
As the tour bus pulled into Harrisonburg's Republican Headquarters, Romney supporters came flooding in. The campaign ended it's four town tour in the city today, with an energetic rally.
Speeches by delegates Rob Bell and Tony Wilt gave the crowd a boost, but it was Suzanne Obenshain's promise that Mitt Romney would come to Harrisonburg that really set the crowd off.
The Romney campaign, and Delegate Tony Wilt feel like the common voter has the power to oust Obama from office.
"When the gentleman took the White House, there were a lot of problems made, and there were folks that were tired of the way things were going, and they were willing to take a chance and let him have his say, and let him have his time. Folks, he's had his time. He has had his time."
People were invited after the rally to tour the bus, and to make voter registration calls on behalf of the campaign.
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