Hours after his wife meet with supporters and helped with USO care packages for American soldiers at a Mandarin campaign office, Mitt Romney will also visit the San Jose Boulevard storefront to rally supporters.
Only 150 people are to be allowed at the 9:30 a.m. campaign event Wednesday morning. He will then head downtown to attend a private, $2,500 per plate luncheon fundraiser at the Hyatt Hotel. He is expected to make the case for how the nation's debt is undermining job creation and economic growth.
On Tuesday, Ann Romney kept the theme of her Tuesday appearance on the 11th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
"Our hearts are full and we are grateful to all of those who are keeping us safe, and protecting our liberties," Romney said. "May we remember the soldiers, the men and the women, the fighting men and women that are protecting us and keeping our liberties safe and keeping us safe."
Mitt Romney landed at Jacksonville International Airport on Tuesday night and spent the night an an undisclosed location.