Romney to raise $10 million in Cali.


Presidential candidate Mitt Romney speaks at Central High School in Grand Junction, Colorado on Tuesday, July 10, 2012. Romney challenged Democratic claims that the private equity firm he once headed had actively advised companies to outsource jobs, and turned the criticism back on President Barack Obama calling him the “outsourcer in chief.”

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(CNN) — Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign said Monday it will raise $10 million in a two-day West Coast campaign swing.

Romney held three fundraisers in the Bay Area on Sunday and four around Southern California on Monday.

Earlier this month both Romney and his opponent President Barack Obama released joint fund-raising numbers with their respective party committees. Those figures showed the Republicans bringing in approximately $100 million, compared to the $71 million raised by Obama and the Democrats.

Romney will conclude his campaigning in the states this week on Tuesday, heading overseas Wednesday for a tour that will include London, Israel and Poland.

By CNN Political Unit
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