Wrigley Mechanical hosts Romney visitFargo, ND (WDAY TV) - The owners and staff of Wrigley Mechanical in North Fargo worked the last several days to prepare for the Romney visit.
By: WDAY Staff Reports, WDAY
Just days after his biggest challenger came to Fargo Mitt Romney became the third Republican to court North Dakotans. With the shop floor of Wrigley Mechanical in North Fargo, as a backdrop, Romney was critical of The Obama Administration and its plan to over-regulate the oil and gas indsutry.
Romney's visit follows a Rick Santorum rally two weeks ago. North Dakota Republicans are holding statewide presidential caucuses Tuesday.
Mitt Romney – (R) Candidate for President: “You give me your delegates there is a good likelihood I am going to be the next nominee and then beat Obama and take America back.”
The owners and staff of Wrigley Mechanical in North Fargo worked the last several days to prepare for the Romney visit. Lt. Governor Drew Wrigley's family runs the business, which shut down the last 48 hours so floors could be cleaned and equipment moved in order to host the candidate's visit. All the company workers joined Romney supporters on the floor during the rally and speech.
Lt. Governor Drew Wrigley – (R) North Dakota: “It has really grown by investing and re investing profits and hope to scratch something together over the years and you take risks and expand and grow and that is what I have the most regard for.”