Mitt Romney Makes Campaign Stop at Richmond NASCAR Race.

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September 10, 2012

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After a campaign stop in Virginia Beach, Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney visited the Richmond International Raceway this past weekend, according to the Richmond Times-Dispatch. Romney joined Republican U.S. Senate candidate George Allen in the infield to hand out hot dogs to fans. After posing for photos and talking with supporters, Romney signed a Romney-Ryan ’12 car on display. He also spoke with NASCAR President Mike Helton during the visit.

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