Mitt Romney shares thoughts on water, Utah Tech during visit to St. George

Utah Republican Sen. Mitt Romney speaks with Canyon Media radio personality Carl Lamar on St. George Radio about issues of local and national interests while visiting St. George on Wednesday.

Utah Republican Sen. Mitt Romney speaks with Canyon Media radio personality Carl Lamar on St. George Radio about issues of local and national interests while visiting St. George on Wednesday. (Mori Kessler, St. George News)


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ST. GEORGE — While visiting Southern Utah as a part of a tour to various parts of the state, Utah Republican Sen. Mitt Romney stopped by St. George News and parent company Canyon Media on Tuesday to share what he was doing in this corner of the state while also speaking to issues of local and national interests.

Romney first joined longtime Canyon Media radio personality Carl Lamar for a discussion on the air followed soon after by an interview with St. George News.

"I wanted to get a chance to see what the weather is doing here and what kind of climate we're experiencing and how it's affecting the community here," Romney said when asked what brought him to St. George.

"I also wanted to talk to some local businesses and spend some time at Utah Tech (University) and see what their vision is for the future for their institution and for the region. … It's very, very impressive."

Read the entire story at St. George News.

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Mori Kessler, St George News

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