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President Makes Fundraising Stops In Baltimore Area

June 14th, 2012 by WCBC Radio

President Barack Obama spent Tuesday afternoon at a series of campaign fundraising stops in the Baltimore area. On a day where his campaign was expected to raise 1-million dollars, the president waited until he saw the biggest crowd of the day to criticize Republican Mitt Romney. In his speech, and at a round table with 15 business owners who donated $40,000 each to his campaign, the president  said the economy, especially the private sector has made progress, but more needs to be done, and he says Romney is only offering "old ideas."  Congressman Elijah Cummings said he came away impressed with the vision the president outlined…





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