The blog written by former Massachusetts Gov. Romney’s sons, Five Brothers recently posted a link to a video called The Decision in which Romney’s wife Ann narrates the Romney family’s gathering at Christmas 2006 in its vacation home. The video, the campaign says, offers a behind-the-scenes look at the Romneys with their five sons and 10 grandchildren.
On Wednesday, the campaign released an ad to run in Iowa and New Hampshire called “Work Like Crazy,” which highlights Romney’s plan for lower government spending and lower taxes.
Romney plans to be in Beaver Creek, Colo. on Thursday to speak at the American Enterprise Institute’s World Forum. His focus: his plans for combating terrorism, including a new “Special Partnership Force” aimed at undermining jihadist efforts and winning the hearts and minds of people in contested regions. On Friday, Romney expects to head to Montana to address the state’s GOP Convention. He then plans to travel to Idaho and Utah for finance-related events.
Next week, Romney and supporters from across the country plan to participate in a day-long phonathon they have deemed “America’s Calling” to raise funds for the campaign.