MADISON (WKOW) -- Mitt Romney's son, Matt, stopped in Madison Wednesday. He met with members of the University of Wisconsin-Madison College Republicans and the Young Americans for Romney at the Kollege Klub downtown.
Romney said the economy is the driving issue when he talks to voters. "It's the reason we're getting a lot more enthusiasm for my dad because he's got the background, the experience, the knowledge -- he's worked in the private sector and he knows how to create jobs. He's got a great plan for that and that's what's getting people excited," Matt Romney said.
Prior to his stop in Madison, Matt Romney also visited Waukesha and Germantown.
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