Here's a look at all of Patch's coverage of Mitt Romney's campaign event in Eagan on Feb. 1.
Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney visited Dakota County on Feb. 1, making a campaign stop at Eagan-based Freightmasters, a local trucking company. At the event, he targeted President Obama and the economy in a 15-minute speech. In case you missed it, here's a look at Lakeville Patch's coverage of the event: (Feb. 1) Romney Focuses on Obama, the Economy in Short Address (Feb. 1) VIDEO: Romney Rally Attendees Share Their Thougts (Feb. 1) VIDEO: Protesters, Supporters Exchange Heated Words Outside Rally (Feb. 1) Glitter Bomber: Romney Uses 'Hate' to Gain Support (Feb. 1) LIVE BLOG REPLAY: Mitt Romney Campaigns at Freightmasters in Eagan (Jan. 31) Presidential Politics: Mitt Romney Coming to Dakota County on Wednesday
It's always noteworthy when presidential politics gets close to home, and on Wednesday, Republican hopeful Mitt Romney will be in Eagan for a campaign stop just days before the Minnesota caucuses.
Presidential politics is coming to Dakota County in the run-up to the Feb. 7 caucuses. Republican Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney will be visiting with former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty just up the road from Lakeville, stopping for a campaign event in Eagan on Wednesday. The event is scheduled for 1 p.m. at Freightmasters, a large Eagan-based trucking company. Romney, who is considered the favorite to run against President Barack Obama this year, is the second Republican candidate to visit Minnesota within a week; fellow Presidential hopeful Rick Santorum stopped in Luverne on Monday night. Our sister site, Eagan Patch, will have much more of his visit, and we'll be posting photos and other news from the event.