Mitt Romney is travelling overseas at the end of this month to court American voters living abroad. Though most of the 2012 presidential campaign has been focused on keeping American jobs within U.S. territory, over five million American citizens live overseas. Romney will be hitting London and Jerusalem to spread his campaign message to those far away. Barack Obama did the same thing when he visited Berlin in 2008, conveying that just because some Americans live and work in other countries, doesn’t mean they can’t vote for or contribute money to a candidate at home. Romney’s hoping to at least take in the latter, with fundraisers in London and Jerusalem that cost $25,000 and $50,000 per couple respectively.
NBC News Win McNamee / Getty Images