WATCH: Cleveland Native, Celebrity Makes Special Appearance at Romney Rally

Patricia Heaton, the former "Everybody Loves Raymond" star, cracked some jokes and talked to the crowd about Gov. Mitt Romney and his running mate Paul Ryan in North Canton Oct. 26, 2012.

Television celebrity Patricia Heaton joked about being a Browns fan but got serious about why life under an Obama administration "doesn't have to be that way." She urged a 10,000-person crowd gathered at Hoover High School in North Canton Friday evening to vote for the Romney/Ryan ticket on Nov. 6. 

Read more about the visit here. 

Carl Jensen October 30, 2012 at 07:00 AM
VOTE...IN YOUR FAMILIES BEST INTEREST....THERE IS ALLOT AT STAKE FOR THE MIDDLE CLASS....Romney/Ryan Rebublican Agenda basically proposes three big things: slashing Medicaid, cutting taxes on corporations and high-income people, and replacing Medicare with a drastically less well funded voucher system. These concrete proposals would, taken together, actually increase the deficit for the first decade and beyond. Mitt Romney said at the first debate, that he had a "plan" for health care that included pre-existing conditions and the next day his campaign said that was NOT correct. So, GOOD LUCK in finding an insurance company who accepts pre-existing conditions! This applies to EVERYONE...not just seniors!.... Not even the over 55 seniors are safe if Medicare is slowly starved of funding as Republicans plan to do..... VOTE…in your families BEST interest…We all know what it has been like for our families and friends, since 2008, when wall street recklessness and the banks crashed the economy. We just cannot go BACK to the FAILED Bush Policies that Romney embraces, that almost sent us into a Depression!
Gunnar Larson October 30, 2012 at 07:52 PM
For Christians and Jews ONLY … (We don’t impose our values on others) When you Vote – Make sure you don’t soil your hands with blood: A People that live under an absolutist regime are not responsible for the laws of their government. A People that live in a western style democracy are responsible for the laws of their government. Therefore, for a Christian or a Jew in the US not to vote is an act of direct rebellion against God. Furthermore, for a Christian or a Jew not to vote upholding justice (God’s Laws) is an act of direct rebellion against God. Therefore, voting for a politician or a political party that advocates ending a life that God has begun means that you have made (and kept) abortion the law of the land. You have chosen a government in direct rebellion against God. Therefore, the blood of each and every one of these little ones killed by abortion is on your hands! Finally through God’s Grace, there is forgiveness! – Just repent (right your wrong) and ask for forgiveness!
PaulRevere October 30, 2012 at 08:21 PM
Every one of you who are employed by the "Private sector" better hope the Health care law does not go into full mode on January 1st 2013. Your employer will need to make some big "employee retention" decisions as the cost of Health Care TAX could make your job expendable or reduced in hours. Many prices of products we buy will go up to help employers pay for the "Obamatax coming in 2013-2014. All medical devices will have an addtional 3.8% sales tax that will cost ALL $2,500 more in Medical Insurance. Don't be fooled, as your employer provided Health care premiums will be passed on to YOU! YOU will eventually PAY for this enormous Obama-Health-TAX. Your raises will be zero to pay for the additional Health TAXES. Ohio better make sure Obamacare never goes into full swing. VOTE --Romney-- He will stop Obamacare and perhaps SAVE YOUR JOB.
Ed Fisher October 30, 2012 at 08:25 PM
Once again I find myself thankful to not be a part of this type of rambling.
Ed Fisher October 30, 2012 at 08:28 PM
wherever Ashton-Shrewsbury is, your drinking water may be hallucinogenic.


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