02.05.2012 [USA TODAY] - The story of how Romney helped organize co-workers at Bain Capital in 1996 to find the daughter of Robert Gay was also spotlighted in the 2008 presidential campaign. "Mitt's done a lot of things that people say are nearly impossible," Gay says in the
11.05.2012 [Daily Beast] - Fraser Bullock, who ran the Salt Lake Olympics with him (his “Sancho Panza”) and remains one of his top campaign fundraisers, gave $49000, as did Robert Gay, one of his closest associates at Bain Capital. Some of his big campaign donors
07.05.2012 [New York Times (blog)] - The ad tells the story of Romney shutting down Bain Capital and sending 50 employees to New York to recover the missing 14-year-old daughter of Robert Gay, one of Romney's partners. The ad shows Gay, his voice cracking, as he tells viewers
04.06.2012 During the Summer of 1996, Robert Gay's 14 year old daughter Melissa ran away from her home in Connecticut and fled to New York City. Robert Gay worked with Mitt Romney who was CEO of Bain Capital in 1996.
02.05.2012 [Wall Street Journal (blog)] - In the ad, a former business partner from Bain Capital, Robert Gay, chokes up while telling how Mr. Romney closed down the company's Boston offices and mounted a full-scale search effort in the summer of 1996 after Mr. Gay's 14-year-old daughter ran
30.01.2012 The story, currently circulating on email, Facebook, and blogs, says that Romney helped a colleague of his at Bain Capital locate his missing teenage daughter. "In July 1996, the 14-year-old daughter of Robert Gay, a partner ...
15.05.2012 For example, the story about how Romney literally closed Bain Capital down and asked every partner and employee to search for Robert Gay's lost daughter in NYC is a good indicator of his compassion and problem solving.