PHILADELPHIA — Linda Mannherz received word from the Romney campaign a couple of days ago that she had been tapped to be among the handful of people to greet the candidate upon his arrival in Pennsylvania.
She said the timing and venue for Romney’s Pennsylvania rally had been up in the air — but that the opportunity was one that she would not pass up, regardless of where the event was held.
“If he were going to be in Honolulu, I’d go to Honolulu,” Mannherz, a 59-year-old interior design business owner from Wrightstown, said as she sat aboard one of three Romney campaign press buses heading from Philadelphia Airport to the candidate’s event 45 minutes away in Morrisville.
Mannherz was one of half a dozen greeters who had been unexpectedly directed by campaign aides to take a seat aboard one of the press buses, which typically shuttle TV and print reporters, producers and photographers from the candidate’s jet to the venue and back again.
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