Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback hit the presidential campaign trail Tuesday in northeast Ohio to pay tribute to GOP nominee Mitt Romney's performance in the final debate with Democratic President Barack Obama.
Brownback, who ran for president in 2007 while serving in the U.S. Senate, agreed to be part of a five-city blitz in Ohio on behalf of Romney in a battleground state that could be pivotal to the outcome of the 2012 election.
Obama and Romney went head-to-head Monday night in Florida for a debate focused on foreign policy. The Kansas governor sensed Romney excelled in the showdown.
“He looked like the president much more than the president," Brownback said in Youngstown, according to the Youngstown Vindicator. "I thought he did a fabulous job."