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Texas Governor Rick Perry Stumps in Reno for Romney

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A former presidential candidate stopped in Reno Sunday night to stump for Republican Presidential Nominee Mitt Romney.

Texas Governor Rick Perry stopped by the campaign office on Mae Anne Avenue in Northwest Reno.

He called Nevada's unemployment rate unacceptable.

"Mitt Romney understands the private sector needs to be free from over-taxation and over-regulation and then the marketplace will pick the winners and losers, not Washington D.C.," said Perry.

Perry will stop by the following locations in Northern Nevada on Monday, October 22nd.

 

Fernley Victory Office

140 East Main Street, Suite C

Fernley, Nevada

8:15 AM PDT

 

Top Gun Carwash

55 Bottom Road

Fallon, Nevada

10:00 AM PDT

 

Yerington GOP Office

174 West Goldfield Avenue

Yerington, Nevada

12:00 PM PDT

 

Charley's Grilled Subs

1304 South Stewart Street

Carson City, Nevada

2:30 PM PDT

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