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Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney will be at Pier Park Friday night for a Victory Rally

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In this Aug. 8, 2012 file photo, Republican presidential candidate and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney campaigns in Des Moines, Iowa. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak, File)

 


 


St. Petersburg, Fl. - Republican presidential candidate, Mitt Romney will be in St. Petersburg Friday night. This will be his first trip back to Florida in about a month and it comes after what some are calling a win for him after Wednesday night's debate.

He'll be at Pier Park at 6:15 for a Victory Rally.

You can get free tickets to the rally from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. through Friday at the following locations:

St. Petersburg Victory Office, 2101 Tyrone Blvd. N., St. Petersburg.

Oldsmar Victory Office, 3150 Tampa Road, Suite 16, Oldsmar.

Clearwater Victory Office, 4707 140th Ave. N., Suite 210, Clearwater.

Brandon Victory Office, 1602 Oakfield Drive, Suite 207, Brandon.

Tampa Victory Office, 4465 Gandy Blvd., Suite 820, Tampa.

Temple Terrace Victory Office, 234 Bullard Parkway, Temple Terrace.

You can also get them online at mittromney.com/FL.

He and his running mate, Paul Ryan attended a Victory Rally in Virginia Thursday night to celebrate his first national debate with President Obama. About 10,000 people in came out to support Romney.

He told supporters there the debate gave him the opportunity to ask the President questions that people across America would want to ask, questions about health care and jobs. He says he wants to cut taxes for the middle class and create training programs to help prepare people for today's jobs. He also kept up his attacks on the President.

"What you didn't hear last night from the president is why it is the next four years are possibly going to be better than the last four years. He doesn't have a way to explain that."

Comments that were missing from Wednesday night's debate were Romney's 47% comment. However it has come back up again. Mitt Romney now says he was wrong when he said 47% percent of Americans feel entitled to government handouts and don't take responsibility for their lives. Thursday night he told Fox News what he said was "completely wrong."

The Obama campaign is acknowledging that an adjustment strategy is needed for the two other debates later in October. He'll be in San Francisco on Monday.

Jobs will be the focus of both candidates today when the Labor Department releases the September unemployment report later Friday morning.

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