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Mitt, Ann Romney, Paul Ryan Oct. 30, 2012 schedule: Ohio, Wisconsin, Iowa

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from the Romney campaign....

Today, Gov. Romney is scheduled to attend a storm relief event at the James S. Trent Arena in Kettering, Ohio, where he will be joined by Richard Petty and Randy Owen and help collect donations for storm-relief efforts:

11:00 AM EDT Governor Romney Attends Kettering Storm Relief Event with Richard Petty and Randy Owen

Paul Ryan will be in Wisconsin to drop by the La Crosse Victory Center in La Crosse and the Hudson Victory Center in Hudson, where he will thank volunteers who are delivering or collecting items for storm relief efforts. All Wisconsin Victory Centers will collect donations for storm-relief efforts on Tuesday, Oct. 30 and Wednesday, Oct. 31:

2:20 PM CDT Paul Ryan Drops By La Crosse Victory Center to Thank Volunteers
5:15 PM CDT Paul Ryan Drops By Hudson Victory Center to Thank Volunteers

And Ann Romney will also attend events in Wisconsin and then travel to Iowa. She will visit the Green Bay Victory Office in Wisconsin, the Davenport Victory Center in Iowa as well as the Cedar Rapids Victory Office in Iowa, where she will participate in storm relief collection efforts. She will then attend a Victory Rally at the Temple for the Performing Arts in Des Moines, Iowa:

10:50 AM CDT Ann Romney Visits Green Bay Victory Office for Storm Relief Collection Efforts
1:25 PM CDT Ann Romney Visits Davenport Victory Center for Storm Relief Collection Efforts
3:35 PM CDT Ann Romney Visits Cedar Rapids Victory Office for Storm Relief Collection Efforts
6:20 PM CDT Ann Romney Attends Des Moines Victory Rally

Out of sensitivity to those in the storm's path and to ensure the safety of those in the area, Gov. Romney canceled his event last night in Wisconsin, while Congressman Ryan canceled his events yesterday in Melbourne and Lakeland, Florida. Gov. Romney was able to attend events yesterday in Avon Lake, Ohio, and Davenport, Iowa, where he discussed the real change needed at this critical turning point in our nation's history. Below is some of what they're reading and watching in the states from those events, as well as Ann Romney's visit yesterday to Michigan:

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