JANESVILLE (AP) — Mitt Romney supporters who packed the Monterey Mills plant in Janesville say the former Massachusetts governor needs to focus on creating jobs if he wants to win Wisconsin.
Romney's Monday stop in Janesville is part of a six-state bus tour that began Friday.
Retired secretary Carolyn Brandt of Janesville says she didn't initially support Romney, but he can win if he focuses on creating jobs. She says Janesville has been hurting ever since the General Motors plant closed down more than two years ago.
Richard McNally of Mukwonago says the more Wisconsin voters see Romney the more they will support him just like they did Gov. Scott Walker in the recall.
Walker appeared with Romney at the event. They spoke in front of a banner that said "Putting Jobs First."
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