Mitt Romney is going to give a major speech on government spending on November 3rd:
Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, the frontrunner for the Republican presidential nomination, will be in Exeter on Thursday, Nov. 3, to “deliver a major policy speech on spending,” according to an e-mail sent out Sunday night by Doug and Stella Scamman.
Romney announced his candidacy for president in June at the Scammans’ Bittersweet Farm in Stratham. Both Doug and Stella Scamman are former state representatives. Doug served two terms as House speaker.
According to the Scammans, the event will be held at 5:30 p.m. at Exeter Town Hall, 10 Front St. Romney was last in Exeter in August, when he appeared at a small forum at the Exeter Historical Society.
… Romney enjoys a sizeable lead in the 2012 New Hampshire polling but is fighting tough battles with Herman Cain in Iowa and South Carolina and is facing intense attacks from former Gov. Rick Perry, who is trying to claw his way back into the race after some early missteps.
Although Romney has explained his views on government spending in his book, No Apology: Believe in America and in his 160 page economic plan available online at Mitt Romney’s website, we look forward to hearing Mitt Romney’s speech.
We’ll try to locate a livefeed, so check back. We’ll also post text of the speech and video if available.
UPDATE by Jayde – After Mitt delivers his fiscal policy speech in Exeter, NH on Thursday, he will then deliver a fiscal policy speech on Friday to the Americans for Prosperity “Defending the American Dream Summit.”
Thursday, November 3, 2011
Event: Mitt Romney Discusses Fiscal Policy In Exeter
When: 5:30 PM EDT
Location: Exeter Town Hall
10 Front Street
Exeter, New Hampshire
Friday, November 4, 2011
Event: Mitt Romney Delivers Speech On Fiscal Policy To The Americans For Prosperity “Defending The American Dream Summit”
When: 100 PM EDT
Location: D.C. Convention Center
801 Mount Vernon Avenue NW