PHOTOS: Romney Rallies at Van Dyck Park in Fairfax

Mitt Romney spoke to a crowd of more than 2,000 people Thursday.

Thousands gathered in the Van Dyck Park Thursday to hear Gov. Mitt Romney speak during a campaign rally. Romney's comments focused largely on jobs and the economy. 

"Northern Virginia could well determine who the next president is and I hope you make that decision and get me elected," said Romney.

Read Patch's story about Romney's rally and speech here.

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Lee Rockenhaus October 26, 2012 at 06:33 PM
Where are 10,000+ supporters they are claiming to have at these rallies? Colorado only one with photos of crowd. And it's even questionable. A vote for romney is a vote for invasion of Iran and Syria. Gotta keep his chickenhawk buddies flowing in the dough. Cheney, rove, Bolton, and lets not forget his debt holders, sheldon addelson,koch bros and netanyahu will make billions from another war with no regards for our heros welfare. His 5 sissy boys should be on the front line along withh the rest of their families. Educate yourself before you vote. Ryan has already put up a bill for iran invasion in the senate with all republican approval. Romney and ryan already sign norquist no tax(unless poor or middleclass) agreement.


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