MITT ROMNEY ANNOUNCES
SUPPORT OF FORMER IOWA GOVERNOR ROBERT RAY
– Mitt Romney today
announced the support of former Iowa Governor Robert Ray.
“I am truly honored to have Governor Ray’s support,” said Mitt Romney.
“Not only was he a great governor but he is also a tremendous leader
with a long history serving both Iowa and the country. In the coming
weeks, I look forward to working with Governor Ray to bring my message
of a “Simpler, Smaller, and Smarter” approach to government to all
his support, former Governor Ray said, “I want our next president to be
someone whose character and judgment I respect and whose ideas are
valid for our country. I believe Mitt Romney
offers the personal qualities and vision to become a truly great
president. Mitt has a strong record in business, including turning
around the Winter Olympics, and leading the state of Massachusetts.
Mitt Romney would represent America’s values
and interests in an uncertain, challenging, and competitive
With our future in mind, I am proud to support Governor Romney in the
caucuses and hope to vote for him next November.”
On Governor Robert Ray:
Robert Ray Was The Governor Of Iowa
From 1969 Until 1983.
leaving office, Governor Ray also served as interim Mayor of Des Moines
and as interim President of Drake University. He also founded the
character education program, Character Counts. Governor Ray is a U.S.
Army veteran and was a delegate to the United Nations Conference on
Refugees in Geneva, Switzerland.