Gov. Bryant Stumps For Mitt Romney In North Carolina
JACKSON- Gov. Phil Bryant is in North Carolina today and Thursday campaigning for fellow Republican Mitt Romney, who is running for President of the United States. Bryant will greet volunteers and give remarks at several locations across the state.
Stops include the North Carolina cities of New Bern, Morehead City, Wilmington and Oak Island.
“It is a tremendous honor for the Mississippi Republican Party and our State that Governor Bryant has been asked to travel to the swing state of North Carolina to campaign for the next President of the United States” said Joe Nosef, Chairman of the Mississippi Republican Party. “The outcome in North Carolina will be very important in determining this presidential election, and I am confident Gov. Bryant will be well received as he draws a strong contrast between Gov. Romney and President Obama.”
Bryant will talk to North Carolinians about Gov. Romney’s plan to strengthen the middle class by relying on the hard work and determination of the American people.
“Gov. Romney’s plans for our nation are much different than those of President Obama,” Bryant said. “President Obama has dismantled bipartisan welfare reform, an action that will only hurt – not help – Americans seeking better jobs and better lives.
“Americans face a stark choice this November between two very different visions of our country’s future. I appreciate the Romney campaign asking me to travel to North Carolina and discuss issues with voters there.”
Bryant has joined Romney’s side on several occasions in Mississippi, including a fundraising dinner in Jackson last month and forums across the state before the Republican primary election.