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Dave Camp In Two Romney Exploratory Campaign Roles

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Dave Camp In Two Romney Exploratory Campaign Roles

By: Stuart Frohm

Midland Daily News

Sunday, Jan 21, 2007


U.S. Rep. Dave Camp of Midland has two prominent roles in Mitt Romney's presidential exploratory campaign.


Romney – former Massachusetts governor – announced that Camp will be:


- the committee's Michigan co-chair and


- one of the committee's three congressional liaisons.


Camp said Romney sought his help. "He called me a few days ago," Camp said.


Camp is "excited and honored to be involved" – and this is probably the earliest he's been involved in a presidential campaign, he said.




Camp explained that Romney's executive experience and his role in turning around Massachusetts' economy are two key reasons why he is backing Romney.


Before Romney became governor of what Camp called " an overwhelmingly Democratic state," Romney turned around the 2002 Winter Olympics, which was "in a mess" before Romney signed on, and also turned businesses around, Camp said.


Romney is "very articulate" and "personable," Camp added.




Camp said that as governor, Romney stood up "for the sanctity of marriage as well as the sanctity of life," and that people "will understand the record he has."




As a congressional liaison, Camp will serve with chief liaison Rep. Jim McCrery of Louisiana and Rep. Howard "Buck" McKeon of Virginia.


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