Want to Know Romney’s VP Pick? There’s an App for That

Tuesday, 31 Jul 2012 10:29 AM

By Patrick Hobin

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With the GOP convention beginning Aug. 27, Mitt Romney’s running mate announcement is weeks, if not days, away. Just in time for that, Romney’s campaign announced “Mitt’s VP” app for smartphone users so they can be the first to learn the identity of Romney’s pick, USA Today reported.

“The first official way to learn the name of the Republican Vice Presidential candidate is by using our new ‘Mitt’s VP’ app,” said Romney Digital Director Zac Moffatt. “Users of the app will be the first to get the news on the biggest political decision of the year through an instantaneous alert on the one device most people carry around the clock – their phone.”

“The historic announcement is getting closer,” said Beth Myers, a Romney campaign senior adviser. “Soon everyone will know who Mitt Romney selects as his Vice Presidential running mate. With this new app, users can be the first to know the second member of America’s Comeback Team.”

“Mitt’s VP” is downloadable for free on both iPhone and Android platforms.



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