Republican party chairman Rob Gleason told The Morning Call last month that Romney had essentially written off the Keystone State, but on Tuesday he was adamant that the former Massachusetts governor will compete here.
"At the end of the day, it will be a dogfight in Pennsylvania…we believe we have an authentic opportunity to deliver Pennsylvania's 20 electoral votes to Mitt Romney," Gleason said.
Gleason was joined by Lehigh Valley Congressman
Gerlach said he couldn't think of a better Republican to have atop the ticket than Romney in his primarily suburban Philadelphia Congressional district.
"He is going to be able to pull a lot of soft
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