Los Angeles News
LOS ANGELES—Republican Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney visits the Southland this week to connect with Hispanic voters. Romney landed in Los Angeles Sunday night, and will be taking part in the 33rd annual National Convention at the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce in Los Angeles.
Romney will focus on the importance of the Hispanic business force, covering topics such as taxation, job creation, and other economic issues. He will also be speaking on the issue of immigration, hoping to convince Hispanic voters of his greater abilities for presidency. The convention is at noon.
The presidential candidate then continues his campaigning with a fundraiser in Costa Mesa at the Segerstrom Concert Hall. Ticket prices range from $1000-$50,000.
He is also scheduled for an interview with the television network for Spanish-language viewers, Telemundo.
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