Saturday, November 5, 2011
Is Mitt Romney ramping up in Iowa in a possible play to win that state’s first-in-the-nation caucuses?
There are growing signs that the former Massachusetts governor – a leading GOP presidential contender – is doing just that.
Mr. Romney funded robo-calls Thursday to Iowa voters featuring an Arizona sheriff accusing Texas Gov. Rick Perry of being “part of the illegal immigration problem,” the Associated Press reported Friday.
In a clarification, a Romney official told Politico that the sheriff, Paul Babeu of southwestern Arizona, held a live conference call with Iowa voters, and that voters who did not pick up the phone received a voicemail.