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Andrew Adams, KSL Newsradio Presidential hopeful Mitt Romney will be in town tomorrow to meet his Utah supporters. They're already lining his campaign war chest with plenty of green.
At the Grand America Hotel, Mitt Romney will shake hands, smile, and say "cash, check, credit or debit?" Well, maybe not quite just like that.
Chris Robinson, Park City Developer: "It's a pretty easy sale."
Park City developer Chris Robinson says Romney doesn't have to do the talking. That's because he does, as part of Romney's finance team. He says Utahns love Mitt.
Chris Robinson, Park City Developer: "His competence and his track record, his problem solving, they all contribute, and it's an easy sale."
The hard part is finding $100 million in easy sales. Political analysts say serious contenders will need at least that by the end of this year.