OSHKOSH/APPLETON -- Republican Presidential candidates Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney each made a stop in the Fox Valley on Friday, March 30th.
Gingrich and his wife Callista arrived at UW-Oshkosh without the pomp and circumstance most of his competitors seem to enjoy. The presidential candidate spoke to the crowd there about the flaws of President Barack Obama. He also touched on ways to reduce gas prices by loosening regulations on domestic dealing.
Hours after Gingrich made his appearance Mitt Romney arrived at Lawrence University in Appleton with his new ally. Congressman Paul Ryan introduced a candidate who hopes to put his rivals in the rear view mirror by focusing on the President. He told the crowd, "I want to ask you fellow Wisconsinites to join me in welcoming the man who I hope will be the next President of the United States, Governor Mitt Romney."