Photos: Supporters rally for Romney before heading off to campaign in neighboring states

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  • JWB Kaysville, UT
    Nov. 5, 2012 11:29 a.m.

    I am grateful for the dedication of people that try to diligently promote a good cause for our country, voting. I think of the many countries I have lived and been in that don't have that same type of ability in the same type of way that we enjoy.

    When I see some of the rallying of people from my experiences, the government in charge is pushing for their re-election, even with some force. I can still see the army type of person at the door to the election poll area with the potential threat of being taken away if you let it be known who you vote for.

    We are so fortunate to life in a country that so far doesn't exhibit that type of environment. Government with representation is a form of election tenure. People are fortunate to have House of Representatives every two years.

    That may be a small piece of the pie of over 400 Congressmen and women but it is a piece that adds up to representation. Our forefathers spent a lot of time and energy giving large and small states representation in the House and Senate.

    Our elected form of government survives.

  • JWB Kaysville, UT
    Nov. 4, 2012 1:13 a.m.

    This is a great campaign activity for people in those states to meet real people, similar to Romney, and have a desire to have a change of course for the next 4 years, with a ship that has a rudder and not flailing at the high seas and especially a hurricane wind force.

    We need people like these, that are stable and have a calming effect and not yelling and obnoxious.

    What a good example to use this resource, Utahns and not Hollywood make believers.