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Romney to Air Ads in Florida

Tuesday, 03 Jan 2012 02:56 PM

 

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DES MOINES, Iowa  — Mitt Romney's campaign is going on the air in Florida.

Hours before Iowans start casting their votes in the first test of 2012, the Romney campaign announced it will begin running an ad in Florida that touts him as a leader of "steadiness and constancy." It also highlights his 42-year marriage to his wife, Ann.

The campaign has aired the same ad in Iowa and other early voting states.

The decision to go on Florida's airwaves shows Romney's confidence and that he's already looking beyond Tuesday's contest in Iowa and the New Hampshire primary a week later. Florida votes on Jan. 31.

Romney has said he thinks he will win the Republican presidential nomination.

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