What Does Mitt Romney's Victory Mean to Pasco?
The presumptive GOP nominee hit four issues particularly hard during a Florida stop in January.
Mitt Romney is the presumptive Republican presidential nominee after Rick Santorum bowed out of the race Tuesday afternoon, according to a report in The Huffington Post.
That could mean a renewed focus on the following four issues:
- National security
- Health care
Romney focused on those four issues in a Florida campaign stop before the primary in January. (See Romney's 12-minute speech at the Pinellas County rally in the video above.)
Romney went on to win the state primary, with about 44 percent of the vote in Pasco County. His nearest rival at the time, Newt Gingrich, got 30.9 percent of the vote. Santorum came in third in Pasco County, with 14.6 percent.