Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Going to Sunday Romney rally in Bucks Co.

How-tos for people who would like to attend Mitt Romney's political rally Sunday afternoon in Bucks County.

Going to Sunday Romney rally in Bucks Co.

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Mitt Romney was in Wisconsin on Friday at a campaign event in West Allis. It´s one of the states that went Democratic in the 2008 election and that Romney is hoping to turn. (David Goldman / Associated Press)
Mitt Romney was in Wisconsin on Friday at a campaign event in West Allis. It's one of the states that went Democratic in the 2008 election and that Romney is hoping to turn. (David Goldman / Associated Press)

As I wrote in today's Inquirer, Republican nominee Mitt Romney is coming to Bucks County for a big rally Sunday afternoon.

The story, however, omitted the logistics for members of the public who would like to attend. The Romney campaign asks that guests to the event, at Shady Brook Farm, have a ticket - it's free, but reservations are requested.

To get a ticket, go to www.philly.com/PA and sign up, or else call (717) 746-8098.

The address of the farm is 931 Stoney Hill Road, in Lower Makefield Township, Pa.

Inquirer Politics Writer
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