Romney raises money in Montana
HAMILTON — Republican Mitt Romney became the first presidential candidate to visit Montana on Wednesday evening, raising money in a state he is expected to win with little effort.
Romney gave donors what has become his standard stump speech at the picturesque Daly Mansion, receiving a much warmer reception than he did earlier in the day when he delivered the remarks to an NAACP convention.
"When I mentioned I was going to get rid of Obamacare, they didn't like that," Romney said in Montana of boos he received earlier in Houston. "That is fine, I want people to know what I stand for. If...
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