GOP gov presses Romney on finances
WILLIAMSBURG, Va. — There's some pressure from Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney's own party to be more forthcoming ith his finances. At the National Governors Association meeting in Williamsburg, Va., Alabama Republican governor Robert Bentley called on Romney to release all the documents requested of him, saying, "If you have things to hide, then maybe you're doing things wrong."
Meanwhile, President Barack Obama is keeping up his attacks on Romney. During a campaign stop Saturday in Glen Allen, Va., just outside Richmond, the president cast Romney as a "pioneer of outsourcing" and said Romney's ideas are outdated and discredited.
Obama campaigned in a downpour, delivering a stump speech to a crowd in the congressional district represented by a chief Republican nemesis, House Majority Leader Eric Cantor.
The second day of Obama's Virginia tour came at the same time his campaign began airing an ad that attacks Romney's personal investments overseas and his business record.,
Romney is in New Hampshire with his family and doesn't plan any public campaign appearances until Tuesday.