Repubican presidential candidate Mitt Romney poses for a photo while holding 10 month old Maggie Coleman of Janesville. Maggie's parents brought her to the campaign's bus tour stop at Janesville's Monterey Mills
Hundreds of people turned out at Janesville's Monterey Mills for a ralley for and speech by Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney. Also speaking were Senator Ron Johnson, Representative Paul Ryan, and Governor Scott Walker.
Republican presidentail candidate Mitt Romney, left, and Monterey Mills CEO Caniel Sinykin hold up a custom blanket the company gave to Romney during his visit to the plant. The reverse side of the blanket is the text of the Pledge of Allegiance.
Left to right: Republican National Chair Reince Priebus, Congressman Paul Ryan, candidate Mitt Romney and Wi Governor Scott Walker shared the stage for a few moments at a Romney campaign stop in Janesville.
Protestor Stella Cane was one of a number of themed protestors across the street from the Romney event at Monterey Mills who lamented the loss of jobs in Janesville and expressed their views on what economic shortfalls they thought would happen under Romney as President.
Deb Lalor and her husband Bill Lalor of Janesville, hold up mock tombstones to represent lost jobs in the area. Jobs plan to be a large portion of the debate in the upcomign elections, and protestors outside the Romney event felt that there would be no positive progress with Romney as President.
Some protestors took the funeral theme to another level, with a number of "Grim Reapers" lining the street behind a police barricade. Mock tombstones were handed out with names of closed businesses on them, representing the lost jobs in Wisconsin.