The Republican candidate for president drew a large crowd to tonight's rally at Shady Brook Farm in Lower Makefield.
With less than 48 hours until polls open in Pennsylvania, Republican candidate Mitt Romney made a stop in Bucks County, drawing an estimated 25,000 supporters to Shady Brook Farm. Supporters braved cold temperatures and long lines to hear the former Massachusetts governor speak. Campaign officials said 35,000 tickets to the event were reserved online in advance. The crowd was estimated to be around 25,000. Governor Tom Corbett introduced Romney. Senator Pat Toomey and Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick also spoke. Were you there? Upload your photos. Related Content: Thousands Brave Lines, Cold to Cheer Romney
Herman Cain calls himself "the only non-politician" in the Republican race.
The Greater Philadelphia Expo Center at Oaks was the scene Saturday for a visit from Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain, the former restaurant chain CEO and Georgia radio host. Cain was the keynote speaker at "American Renewal," an event sponsored by a number of local Tea Party-affiliated groups. Between 300 and 400 people were in attendance. Cain used much of his time on the stage to stress his credentials as a businessman and "problem solver." "All of the other potential Republican nominees are career politicians," Cain said. "The American people are screaming, 'Fix something!'" The centerpiece of Cain's platform is his "9-9-9 plan," which would replace the entire existing tax structure with nine percent taxes on corporate and…