BOSTON, Mass. — Mitt Romney Tuesday announced new members of his Iowa Leadership Team.
The latest Iowa additions to Romney’s leadership team are former Ambassador to Barbados and Eastern Caribbean and former Iowa Senate President Mary Kramer of Clive and Bob Rafferty of West Des Moines, a former state representative and former Chief of Staff to Gov. Terry Branstad.
“I am proud to add these Iowans to my statewide Leadership Team,” Romney said in a statement. “I look forward to working with them as I continue to campaign across Iowa and the rest of the country, spreading my message that President Obama’s policies must be reversed.”
Said Kramer: “I am honored to be a member of Mitt Romney’s Iowa Leadership Team. Mitt Romney is a proven leader and I am confident in his ability to run an efficient government that will work swiftly to reverse the damage done by the Obama administration.”
Added Rafferty: “It is clear that Mitt Romney is the best candidate to beat President Obama and bring our country back to greatness. Through both his private sector experience and his time as governor, Mitt Romney has a proven track record of creating jobs and showing the fiscal discipline that our country needs. I look forward to working alongside the campaign and the rest of the Iowa Leadership Team to elect him president.”