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Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney and wife Ann make a campaign appearance Wednesday at American Posts LLC in Toledo.

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Mitt Romney kisses wife Ann before his campaign remarks.

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Romney said he would seek tariffs on Chinese products if those products are kept artificially inexpensive due to currency manipulation.

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The crowd listens to Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney speak at American Posts.

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Mitt Romney greets audience members at American Posts in Toledo.

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The former Massachusetts governor spoke to a crowd of about 300 people.

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Mitt Romney, right, tours American Posts with company executives from left, CEO William Feninger, President David Feninger, and Vice President Michael Sawyer.

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Romney's appearance was held at a fence post manufacturer that is the only one of its kind left in the United States.

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Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney greets workers Horacio Abadia, left, and Maurice Manley, right, during a campaign appearance at American Posts.

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Romney is hoping to capitalize on that momentum here in Ohio, which holds its primary Tuesday along with 10 other states.

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Mill operator Sky Horvath, left, and American Posts President David Feninger, right, show Mitt Romney the production line.

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Mr. Romney’s speech, which was less than 15 minutes, galvanized many in the crowd despite its brevity.

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A Secret Service agent watches carefully as Romney shakes hands at the campaign event.

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Ann Romney, wife of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, signs baseballs during a campaign appearance at American Posts.

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