Laura “Betty” Dorn, 83, said she has been a Republican since she was 18 years old. She attended the town hall for Gov. Mitt Romney’s campaign for president at the Dewey Lowman American Legion Post 109 in Arbutus Wednesday with her daughter and two grandchildren (background).
The line began to form around 1:30 p.m., two hours before Romney was scheduled to speak.
Several local and state officials were part of the crowd, including former Gov. Bob Ehrlich (clapping).
Republican hopeful Mitt Romney discussed the economy and said Pres. Obama was “clueless” about how to fix it.
Jim Nilson, 69, of Buckingham, Va., parked his truck outside the post and said he’s been following the Romney campaign trail since Aug. 16.
Linda Kacur of Relay wore a black hat to Romney’s town hall.
A crowd of people wait to catch a glimpse of Romney outside the building.