Sunday, April 1, 2012

Ron Johnson Mitt Romney

  • PEWAUKEE, Wis. — Freshman Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson endorsed Mitt Romney Sunday morning, adding to the growing list of key republicans who have thrown their support behind the candidate over the past week alone.
  • (ABC News)
  • PEWAUKEE, Wis. - Freshman Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson endorsed Mitt Romney Sunday morning, adding to the growing list of key republicans who have thrown their support behind the candidate over the past week alone.
  • (YAHOO!)
  • WASHINGTON (AP) — GOP presidential front-runner Mitt Romney has picked up another endorsement from a Wisconsin Republican ahead of the states primary Tuesday. Johnson tells NBCs Meet the Press that Romney is ready, willing and able to lead this nation.
  • (YAHOO!)
  • Freshman Sen. Ron Johnson told NBC's Meet the Press Sunday he is endorsing Mitt Romney in the GOP race for president. Johnson is at least the third congressional Republican from the state to get behind Romney in recent days.
  • (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)
  • We have a chance like Ive never seen in this state, John Kleczka, a 68-year-old Republican from Brookfield who attended a rally for GOP presidential front-runner Mitt the Romney rally.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • Mitt Romney is no Ronald Reagan. He's not even a close second to Nancy Reagan. Had Paul backed out, the "anyone but Romney" Republican nominee could have easily been Gary Johnson who actually wants the job.
  • (Nolanchart.com)
  • Rick Santorum plans to be in Milwaukee on Saturday and front-runner Mitt Romney is scheduled to come to the state an Americans for Prosperity forum in Milwaukee. U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson and U.S. Rep.
  • (msnbc.com)
  • (AP) -- The Republican presidential primary fight is coming to Wisconsin.Rick Santorum plans to be in Milwaukee on Saturday and front-runner Mitt Sen. Ron Johnson and U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan are both also scheduled to attend the event.
  • (msnbc.com)
  • WASHINGTON — Mitt Romney's Super Tuesday victories elicited a collective "Right now I am comfortable with this going a bit longer," said Jeff Johnson, a national committee member from Minnesota.
  • (Nashville Tennessean)

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