PHOTOS: Republicans Unite For Debate at Romney Macomb-Utica Victory Center

More than 30 Republicans cheered for Gov. Mitt Romney and scoffed at President Obama during Tuesday night's presidential town hall.

Area Republicans came out to the Romney Macomb-Utica Victory Center in Utica to watch Gov. Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama square off during the second presidential debate Tuesday night.

Before the town hall debate at Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York, kicked off, volunteers at the center, located at 13285 Hall Rd, made hundreds of calls to identify local Republicans and convince them to vote for Romney.

"I have been volunteering for years because I believe in the Republican philosophy, which is work hard and get what you want," said Harvey Sainsbury of Chesterfield Township.

The crowd cheered for Romney when he said, "This is a president who has not been able to do what he said he would do."

Frank Cusumano October 17, 2012 at 04:52 AM
I am running for the Board (an unpaid position) consistent with my pledge not to become part of the problem. My name is Frank Cusumano, and I am a 30 year resident of Macomb County. I Graduated from the University of Michigan with a degree in Political Science, and a Law Degree from University of Detroit Mercy. I am a licensed attorney, but spent most of the last 20 years in business. I have been very active in local Republican Party politics, and as people who have dealt with me know, I place following the law, and the Michigan Constitution above partisan politisc. I am not for sale at any price, and to be quite honest, I don't care if that limits my political career. I cut my own grass, and have four children in the Utica Community Schools, and one at MSU James Madison College. My wife and I are products of public education. Visit my facebook page is https://www.facebook.com/FrankCusumanoForMacombCountyBoardOfTrustees and my website is www.frankcusumano.com If you agree with me on issues, I would appreciate your support and your vote. If you don't, I appreciate your opinions and comments. I am pro-Michigan and pro-Macomb County, and I will never apologize for seeking the truth.


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