Big crowd expected for Mitt Romney’s visit to Dunedin today

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The GOP buzz is officially underway, reports Katie Dolac of Patch.

Republican presidential front-runner Mitt Romney swings through Pioneer Park on Monday afternoon (Jan. 30).

City officials and businesses are preparing for large crowds, and have already issued two major road closures in the downtown area.

Romney’s campaign staff rented the park for his last rally in Florida before republicans across the state head to the GOP primary polls Tuesday.

So far, polls have the former governor of Massachusetts ahead of the other candidates: Newt Gingrich, Rick Santorum and Ron Paul.

Here’s what’s to know if you go — or even if you don’t.

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