Protesters gather outside of Universal Bluford Charter School in West Philadelphia to oppose presidential candidate Mitt Romney's presence. (Courtesy: CBSlocal.com, Mike DeNardo)
Romney walks down the hall of Universal Bluford Charter School in West Philly with the school's founder Kenny Gamble.
Philadelphia democratic mayor Michael Nutter along with District Attorney Seth Williams joined protesters saying Mitt Romney's education record proves he is not qualified to be president.
(AURN) -- Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney made an appearence in 'The City of Brotherly Love' this week. The former Massachusetts governor spoke with students and leaders of Universal Bluford Charter School in West Philadelphia, one of the poorest African-American neighborhoods in the city. Protesters gathered outside along with the city's mayor, Michael Nutter.