Presidential hopeful Mitt Romney visits Oklahoma City
OKLAHOMA CITY — Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney visited Oklahoma on the campaign trail.
Romney met with Governor Mary Fallin for close to a half hour at Republican headquarters in Oklahoma City.
Fallin said she fully endorses Romney in his run for president.
Fallin said the President’s policies on energy, the economy and health care have been failures.
Romney said he hopes to bring a new approach to the White House.
“I love America. I’m confident in our future. The President has made some bad choices and people are disappointed. I gonna bring America back,” Romney said.
Romney also reiterated he believes marriage should be between one man and one woman.
That comes the same day the President said he supports the right of gay couples to be married.
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