Large crowd, few protesters show up for Romney book signing in La Jolla

A crowd estimated at about 1,000 turned out to get autographs from former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, who appeared at Deseret Bookstore in La Jolla Village Square to promote his new book on Monday night. He and his wife Ann, who own a home in La Jolla, visited the Deseret Book Store Monday night. Among the crowd was Rocky Kuonen of San Marcos. About a dozen protesters lined up outside the center, urging Romney to change his stand on gay marriage.

Video courtesy of YouTube

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