Mitt Romney swung through Hillsborough, N.H., Friday afternoon for a stump speech that included pointed criticism of President Obama’s 2009 stimulus bill. As the presidential hopeful strode out into the sunshine, a stone bridge roped off with police tape behind him took center stage. Renovation of the Sawyer Bridge, a so-called “bridge to nowhere,” was paid for in part with $150,000 in funding from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act to help restore what is considered a civil engineering landmark.
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