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Ann Romney stumps for Mitt in Elizabethtown

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HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) -

The wife of Republican presidential challenger Mitt Romney made a pitch for her husband in Lancaster County on Monday.

Ann Romney was greeted by a full house at Elizabethtown College's Leffler Chapel, where she called on Republicans to reach out to voters still undecided.

"find an Independent that voted for Barack Obama last time, or find a Democrat that voted for Barack Obama last time, and say 'how have the last four years been? You want more of the same, go ahead. You want something different, you want a better, more prosperous future, vote for Mitt Romney,"' she said.

Mrs. Romney also spoke of the momentum her husband picked up after the first debate and said the GOP candidate is ready for Round Two.

She also had a scheduled appearance at a fundraiser dinner at the Hilton Harrisburg.

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