PRESS RELEASE from Romney for President, Inc.
 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                                   CONTACT: Kevin Madden
February 15, 2007
 

GOVERNOR MITT ROMNEY ANNOUNCES MICHIGAN "ROMNEY" CAUCUS

Boston, MA Today, Governor Mitt Romney announced that eight members of the Michigan Senate and 34 members of the Michigan House of Representatives have endorsed his candidacy for President of the United States.  Over half of the Republicans in the Michigan State Legislature are now supporting Governor Romney.

"The Republicans in the House and Senate are on the front line in the battle to promote conservative ideas in Michigan government," said Governor Romney.  "I am proud to have so many of these distinguished leaders as part of my team, and I am humbled by their support."

The Michigan "Romney" Caucus comprises members of the Michigan Senate and House who are supporting Governor Romney for President.  They will provide advice and counsel on critical issues facing Michigan and the nation.
 
There are 21 Republican senators and 52 Republican representatives in Michigan.

 

Members Of The Michigan Senate Endorsing Governor Romney For President:

 
Senator Cameron Brown

Senator Nancy Cassis

Senator Valde Garcia

Senator Jud Gilbert

Senator Roger Kahn

Senator Bruce Patterson

Senator Alan Sanborn

Senator Tony Stamas

 

Members Of The Michigan House Endorsing Governor Romney For President:

 

Rep. Craig DeRoche (Co-Chair)

Rep. Dan Acciavatti

Rep. Fran Amos

Rep. Dick Ball

Rep. Darwin Booher

Rep. Jack Brandenburg

Rep. Tom Casperson

Rep. Bruce Caswell

Rep. Bill Caul

Rep. John Garfield

Rep. Geoff Hansen

Rep. Dave Hildenbrand

Rep. Jack Hoogendyk

Rep. Ken Horn

Rep. Joe Hune

Rep. Rick Jones

Rep. Martin Knollenberg

Rep. Phil LaJoy

Rep. Jim Marleau

Rep. Kim Meltzer

Rep. Tim Moore

Rep. Chuck Moss

Rep. Neal Nitz

Rep. Paul Opsommer

Rep. Brian Palmer

Rep. Dave Palsrok

Rep. John Pastor

Rep. Phil Pavlov

Rep. Tom Pearce

Rep. Tonya Schuitmaker

Rep. Rick Shaffer

Rep. Fulton Sheen

Rep. John Stakoe

Rep. Howard Walker