Governor Mitt Romney has accepted an invitation to speak at a New Hampshire presidential forum on April 29th. Billed as a ‘Summit on Spending and Job Creation’ the event is sponsored by the Americans for Prosperity Foundation (AFP) which is affiliated with the Tea Party movement.
Americans for Prosperity Foundation is pleased to announce that former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney is joining the line-up of participants in the organization’s “Summit on Spending and Job Creation” on April 29 at The Executive Court in Manchester. Confirmed attendees also include former MN Governor Tim Pawlenty, former US Senator Rick Santorum and businessman Herman Cain.
“We are honored to welcome businessman and former MA Governor Mitt Romney to speak at the first major summit to discuss spending and job creation as we approach the 2012 election cycle,” said AFP Foundation President Tim Phillips. “The American people are eager to hear how Governor Romney and other speakers might plan to change the ‘spend now, pay later’ culture in Washington,” continued Phillips.
“The summit will provide the people of New Hampshire with an opportunity to hear firsthand from some of the most notable conservatives on the national scene about government spending and job creation,” said AFP Foundation-New Hampshire State Director Corey R. Lewandowski. “We look forward to a lively discussion on the issues. Once again, the people of New Hampshire will play a critical role in determining the standout ideas during this political season,” Lewandowski concluded.
Romney will share the stage with Herman Cain, Tim Pawlenty, and Rick Santorum. Invitations to participate in the forum have also been extended to Newt Gingrich, Michele Bachmann, Sarah Palin, and Mike Huckabee.
May we deduct that The Gov will have made a presidential announcement by then?
► Jayde Wyatt