Romney arrives in Denver for presidential debate

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October 2, 2012 05:23

 
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DENVER - John Elway won Super Bowls. Now he's trying to help Mitt Romney win the White House.

Romney arrived in Denver Monday night, two days before his first debate against President Barack Obama, holding a rally and picking up the endorsement of Elway, the legendary Denver Broncos football player and two-time Super Bowl champion.

Elway briefly addressed the raucous crowd of more than 5,000 Romney supporters, introducing the Republican as "the next president of the United States."

Romney addressed the upcoming debates, noting that "there's a lot of interest surrounding the debates, and people want to know who's going to win."


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