Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney is seated with Ann Romney, as they watch their family play a game of Zenga in the family holding room before the start of the first presidential debate in Denver, Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2012. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak)
ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. —
The campaign to the White House is making another stop in Central Florida on Wednesday with presidential candidate Mitt Romney's wife speaking in Winter Park.
Ann Romney is set to speak at 4:30 p.m. for her husband's presidential campaign, leading a call for "women for Mitt."
Florida is one of the most fiercely contested states in the country, and with two weeks left in the race, Romney's campaign descended on Central Florida, with Ann Romney, Craig Romney and Sen. John McCain each stumping for the Republican presidential nominee.
Already, more than 925,000 Floridians have cast absentee ballots, with Republican voters edging out Democrats.
Now, both the Romney-Ryan and Obama-Biden campaigns are after the same small pool of undecided voters.