BRUNSWICK -- The rain didn't seem to dampen the enthusiasm for presumptive Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney in Brunswick Sunday.
In his first of three bus stops in Ohio Sunday, Romney compared the parting clouds to the country's economic future, according to the Washington Post.
“The sun is coming out, guys! Three-and-a-half years of dark clouds are about to part. It’s about to get a little warmer around this country, a little brighter,” Romney said, according to The New York Times blog The Caucus.
Romney's wife, Ann, two of his sons and four of his 18 grandchildren attended the Father's Day event. Also joining him was Ohio Rep. Senator Rob Portman, considered a possible vice presidential candidate, according to The Washington Post.
Romney also made an appearance on the CBS television show Face the Nation Sunday and said he thought President Barack Obama's recent executive order on immigration was political. But Romney did not say whether he would appeal it, according to the Boston Globe.
For more details on the future visits by Romney to Ohio, considered a battleground state for the election, and campaign events, check out his campaign page.
For details on future visits by President Barack Obama, , and for campaign events, check out the Ohio campaign page.