TROY, Ohio (WDTN) — GOP presidential front runner candidate Mitt Romney made a stop in Troy Sunday as part of his five-day bus tour dubbed, "Believe in America: Every Town Counts."
Romney addressed a crowd of supporters outside K's Hamburger Shop in downtown Troy prior to visiting the small business.
The presumptive Republican Presidential nominee said he plans to get America back on track by balancing the budget and becoming more energy independent.
"I'm going to start taking advantage of our natural gas, our coal, our oil, and our pipeline in Alaska," said Romney. "We need to be energy independent and free."
Romney also talked of his plan to get rid of
" There is this big piece of legislation that has been hanging over the entire small business sector, " said Romney. "It has made it hard for small businesses to hire more workers and invest in the future."
Romney's next stop will be in Wisconsin, followed by Iowa. He will end his bus tour in Michigan on June 19.
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