GOP Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney made a campaign stop in Springfield, Illinois, to talk to a packed Charlie Parker's Diner. In this video, WMAY talks with the owner of Charlie Parker's, Mike Murphy and the moment that the former Massachusetts Governor arrived to greet the overflow crowd waiting outside.
Mitt Romney is taking no chances heading into today’s primary. Despite most polls showing him with a comfortable lead, Romney blanketed the state Monday.
His stop at Charlie Parker’s Diner in Springfield drew more than 150 supporters, who heard him pledge that he would shrink the size of government and lower taxes.
Romney acknowledged that the economy is getting bettet but says President Obama’s policies have prevented the recovery from being stronger and faster.