Attorney General Pam Bondi will focus on the federal health care law she brought to the U.S. Supreme Court when she appears before a national audience Wednesday night at the Republican National Convention.
On Tuesday, she continued her campaign fight against the Democrats' efforts to paint soon-to-be official Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney and Republicans as anti-women.
Speaking to Florida delegates at the Republican Party of Floridas Fresh From Florida breakfast at the Innisbrook Resort and Spa in Palm Harbor, Bondi said,The Democrats are trying to create distractions, ridiculous distractions that dont make sense.
I was on national news I think 10 times yesterday having to defend that Mitt is pro women. And he 100 percent is. And if anything, were going to have the best First Lady in the country with Ann Romney.
Bondi has been campaigning with and for Romney in Virginia and New Hampshire on the Mitt for Women message.
Wednesday night, Bondi will appear with Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens on stage at the Tampa Bay Times Forum around 8:30 p.m.
Bondi, who declined to discuss specifics of the speech, said the on-stage back and forth between her and Olens will last about eight minutes.
Hopefully it will be informative and entertaining, Bondi said after addressing the Florida delegates Tuesday morning.
Expect to hear about the state's fight against the Affordable Health Care Act, also called Obamacare, and nutrient requirements from the Environmental Protection Agency.
Bondi added that she is more excited about the appearance than nervous, but she will spend the next day and a half rehearsing.
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