Buffalo, N.Y. (WKBW) – Republican Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney will be in Buffalo Friday, but not for as long as expected.
Romney will be the guest of honor at the Historical Society on Elmwood Avenue in Buffalo. It will cost $2,500 per person to attend, and Romney is expected to rake in more than a million dollars in just two hours here.
After his visit to the history museum, he will spend his second hour in town at a home near Delaware Park owned by businessman and Republican supporter Tony Gioia.
His trip will be cut short so he can deal with the Supreme Court decision to uphold most of President Obama’s Health Care law. It’s a decision that Romney said is just wrong.
“What the court did not do on its last day in session I will do on my first day if elected president of the United States, and that is I will act to repeal Obamacare,” Romney said.
There is one problem. Romney signed a very similar law in Massachusetts that imposed fines on people who can afford health insurance, but don’t buy it. He is hoping to win support from those against the plan.
A recent ABC News poll shows 52 percent of the public disapproves of the law.