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WBZ Radio At The GOP Convention: Thursday Highlights

TAMPA (CBS) - The Main Event is tonight. GOP delegates, radio and TV audiences listen to Mitt Romney deliver his RNC speech to the nation. Scott Romney, Mitt's brother, says it has sunk in that his brother is accepting the nomination for President tonight, and he says, "long ago he learned that his brother, is an exceptional human being."

Scott Romney says, "his brother is somebody that really has the ability to take on this enormous challenge."

WBZ NewsRadio 1030's Carl Stevens reports, from the Convention Floor

As for what Mitt Romney will say tonight, WBZ NewsRadio caught up with Romney adviser, Eric Fehrnstrom.

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Senator Scott Brown has arrived in Tampa for the RNC. The Senator says it is important to have others like him down there, who will work with people on both sides of social issues.

On not taking part in the convention, Sen. Brown says, it was not about distancing himself from the Republican Party: "I have other obligations: I have to do my military duty, I have to be a dad, I have to be a husband, I have to do my Senatorial duties and there are only so many hours in the day."

Senator Brown says he is honored to be at the RNC in Tampa.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030's Carl Stevens and Sen. Scott Brown


WBZ NewsRadio 1030's Joe Mathieu Previews Thursday's speeches

Former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, John Bolton, served in several Republican administrations.

Bolton talked with WBZ's Joe Mathieu on the convention floor, before Mitt Romney's speech in Tampa.

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Former head of the Mass. GOP, Jennifer Nassour, on what she hopes to hear from Mitt Romney tonight.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030's Carl Stevens reports


Senator John McCain told WBZ's Joe Mathieu that he thinks President Obama has ran a dirty campaign against Mitt Romney.

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