Support for LAist comes from
We Explain L.A.
Stay Connected

Share This

This is an archival story that predates current editorial management.

This archival content was written, edited, and published prior to LAist's acquisition by its current owner, Southern California Public Radio ("SCPR"). Content, such as language choice and subject matter, in archival articles therefore may not align with SCPR's current editorial standards. To learn more about those standards and why we make this distinction, please click here.


Ask Mitt Romney 'Anything' at Chapman U.

We need to hear from you.
Today during our spring member drive, put a dollar value on the trustworthy reporting you rely on all year long. The local news you read here every day is crafted for you, but right now, we need your help to keep it going. In these uncertain times, your support is even more important. We can't hold those in power accountable and uplift voices from the community without your partnership. Thank you.

Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney is stopping at Chapman University in Orange on Sunday, capping off weekend fundraising dinner rounds elsewhere in OC. The public forum is billed "Ask Mitt Anything," and we've got a few suggested questions with which you can do just that... after the jump.

WHAT: Public Forum w/ Mitt Romney
WHEN: Sunday 9/23, 2:15 p.m.
WHERE: Chapman University Theater, Orange (map).
RSVP: Call (857) 288-2667, or email

AP Photo by Lynne Sladky.

Support for LAist comes from

1) One of your key advisors, Cofer Black, is a VP at Blackwater USA, the contracting firm recently accused of fatally shooting civilians in Iraq. As president, how would you respond to potential demands from the Iraqi government to remove or disarm civilian contractors working with us in Iraq?

2) A recent Pew poll shows that the public finds you lacking in energy, toughness, and down-to-Earthedness, yet you've spent as much money as any other candidate to promote yourself. How can you convince voters that you do have the energy and toughness necessary to be president?

3) Traditional Mormon views can make people uncomfortable, especially Christian Conservatives, minorities, and women. How can you prove that you do not hold other Christian and non-Christian beliefs in a bad light? What's your take on racial and gender equality?

Click here to find out where the other candidates are today.

Most Read