BOCA RATON, Fla. - The presumptive Republican presidential nominee is zig-zagging his way across Florida stumping for votes. The tour includes a stop in Boca Raton for governor Mitt Romney.
A VIP reception is taking place at the Woodfield Country Club, where donors paid upwards of $10,000 or $25,000 to attend.
Romney is attacking President Obama about the growing U.S. deficit, blaming him for "almost doing nothing to fix" the problem.
Romney says President Obama was very critical of the $4 trillion in debt amassed over president George W. Bush's two terms, but hasn't kept his promise to dig the country out of it.
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