Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney used a campaign stop in Colorado to unveil a five point plan to fix the economy.
Romney made stops in Golden and Basalt on Thursday talking to thousands of Coloradans.
He spoke at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds in Golden at about 11:45 a.m. Thursday. Romney stopped in Basalt Thursday afternoon.
“What I want to lay out for you specifically what we’re going to do. It’s five things,” said Romney.
He called it “The Romney Plan for a Stronger Middle Class” and outlined a strategy that included energy independence, improving education, increasing trade, lowering the deficit and helping small business.
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