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Ann Romney attends Women's Victory Rally in Hamilton

Ann Romney, wife of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, made a campaign stop Wednesday in Hamilton.

The event was held at VinylMax, 2921 McBride Court.

She told the audience that her husband is a man who can be trusted to lead the country."This man will not fail and I know him. He will not fail. He's going to work so hard to make it right for all Americans to bring prosperity and economic growth for all those millions of Americans that are suffering right now." Romney has also said in the past that her husband always wants to do the right thing and the best thing for the country.

Mrs. Romney's comments went over very well with the crowd.  Lindsay House of Hyde Park says "She was very motivating and I love that she said I trust Mitt Romney and I believe her on that and I trust him too."

Lita House says the speech was inspiring. "I heard a vision for the future to get us back on track, to get our country going where it needs to go and the confidence and the push and the drive."

Harry Giambrone of Kettering says "What impressed me the most is what a wonderful couple they are and how devoted she is to her husband. We need more of that in this day and age."

Non-perishable food was collected for Hurricane Sandy relief efforts.

President Barack Obama was scheduled to be in Cincinnati for a rally at Duke Energy Convention Center on Wednesday but canceled to assess the damage left from Hurricane Sandy.

Obama will be in Ohio with former President Bill Clinton on Friday, making campaign stops in Hillard, Springfield and Lima. Clinton will be in Toledo, Akron and Chillicothe on Friday.

Mitt and Ann Romney and Paul and Janna Ryan are attending an event Friday in West Chester.

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