Romney co-chair leaving to lobby
WASHINGTON (AP) – Mitt Romney is losing one of the national co-chairs for his presidential campaign. Former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty is resigning so that he run the Financial Services Roundtable, a lobbying group for the financial services industry.
Meanwhile, both Romney and President Barack Obama are trying to win over Hispanic voters in Florida today. Their travel plans nearly overlap in Miami. Romney is scheduled to leave the city for a fundraiser and a rally in Sarasota a few hours before Air Force One is to touch down.