KNOXVILLE, Tenn.(WVLT)--A couple of hundred people showed up in Knoxville's Old City Monday night to show their support for Mitt Romney.
Everything from buttons to bumper stickers were passed out to elected officials like Congressman Phil Roe to ordinary citizens.
Tennessee's role in deciding the GOP candidate could be very crucial says Regional Chairman, Joe Bailey.
"Tennessee becomes more and more conservative and more Republican, so we're going to be ready
in the general election to beat Barack Obama".
Early voting continues through February 28th with the Primary slated for March 6th
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