Tallahassee, FL - October 20, 2012
The "Women for Romney" came from all around the Big Bend and ranged from the very young to a little older.
"I think there's a good crowd out here today, I think there's a good crowd of young people as well as older people, and I think it's very important that we come together in support of Mitt Romney," said Tiffany Stuart, a Tallahassee resident originally from Georgia.
It was Romney's now infamous "binders of full of women" line from the second presidential debate that had many wondering if he hurt his chances among women.
"Not one bit," said Dawn Veit, a Romney supporter at the rally. "I have a small business, my husband has a small business. You put your resume in. I wish my daughters were in his binder if you wanna know the truth. I think it's great he hires women."
Overlooking the rally were Florida Democrats supporting President Obama and also showing their displeasure with Republican Congresman Steve Southerland.
"Because of Romney changing his story everyday, I loved when the president used the term "Romnesia," I feel like I can't trust what this man is saying because everyday he changes his story," said Obama supporter Anne Allen.
We'll have to wait and see who writes the final chapter of this story on November 6th.
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