Mitt Romney campaigns in Jacksonville | News
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Republican Presidential nominee Mitt Romney makes a campaign stop on the First Coast today.
Governor Romney has an event in Mandarin at 7:30 Wednesday morning. The first 150 supporters to arrive at the Mandarin Victory Office location of the Duval County Republican Party will be allowed in.
The office is located at 10210 San Jose Blvd. Parking is at the Etz Chaim Synagogue.
Later Romney will attend a campaign event at the Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront, according to an invitation online. The invitation lists the event host as The O'Rourke Group.
The private event is only open to those who have purchased tickets. Tickets for the general reception are $2,500, according to the invitation. The VIP photo reception has "TBD" listed for the price.
The VIP photo reception is at 11 while the general reception starts at 11:30.
This is Romney's third First Coast visit in the past month. His first visit was August 13, the day before the presidential primary. Romney stopped at Flagler College during that visit.
Romney again made a visit to North Florida after the Republican National Convention when he and Vice Presidential nominee Paul Ryan campaigned at the Jacksonville Landing.
Tuesday afternoon Ann Romney visited the First Coast. She made care packages for the USO.
Ann Romney arrived ahead of Mitt, who landed in Jacksonville after 8 p.m. Tuesday.