Romney Campaigns in Sanford, FL

    WEST ALLIS, WI - NOVEMBER 02:  Republican presidential candidate, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney  speaks during a campaign rally at the Wisconsin Products Pavilion at State Fair Park on November 2, 2012 in West Allis, Wisconsin. With less than one week to go before election day, Mitt Romney is campaigning in Wisconsin and Ohio.  (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

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    Hope and change—that’s what the Republican presidential candidate promised voters in the Sunshine State on Monday morning. Mitt Romney said that if reelected, Barack Obama would “continue to crash small business” with oppressive taxes and argued to cheers that his campaign was gaining in momentum. He told supporters that in recent months “we’ve gathered strength. It’s become a movement across the country.” Romney’s “final argument” for voters in the key swing state closed with an exhortation to vote for “love of country,” saying that a “bigger, better country—that’s what’s in store with new leadership.”

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