At Jax rally, Romney promises no military cuts
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Mitt Romney just wrapped up his campaign rally. Just after 4 p.m, the Republican candidate for President arrived at the Jacksonville Landing along with his Vice President pick Paul Ryan.
Romney was also joined by his wife, Ann.
He told supporters he plans to take back the White House by cutting the deficit and balancing the budget. Romney also said he wants to help businesses by abolishing President Barack Obama's health law and burdensome federal regulations.
He also promised not to cut the military budget.
Cutting the military budget is "bad for jobs and it's bad for our national security," said Romney. "If I'm President and Paul Ryan is Vice President I will not cut our military budget."
Earlier Saturday, Romney attended a rally in Ohio. Ryan was in North Carolina.
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