Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is in Britain Thursday on the first leg of a weeklong overseas tour.
The Romney campaign hopes his visit during the London Olympics will remind voters about the work he did to make the 2002 Salt Lake City Olympics a success in the wake of a previous Olympic scandal.
Overall, Romney is trying to bolster his foreign policy credentials during the trip with visits to other U.S. allies. He plans to meet with top government leaders in Israel and Poland.
But Romney is also still paying attention to one of the key domestic issues of the presidential election. The Independent Women's Voice reports he has just signed a pledge to repeal President Obama's health insurance law.
"He understands that ObamaCare represents a government infringement on our constitutional liberties," Heather Higgins, president and CEO of IWV, said in a statement.
"And he knows that if implemented, it will lead to more government and less freedom, will place government bureaucrats between doctors and their patients, and will limit patients' choice and control," Higgins said.
IWV is an affiliate organization of the Independent Women's Forum.