On Tuesday, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney stopped by a food bank in Colorado Springs that is helping firefighters and those still displaced by the Waldo Canyon Fire.
Romney toured the Care and Share food bank, helped box up food and met with victims of the wildfires, The Associated Press reports.
The Waldo Canyon Fire is the most destructive wildfire in Colorado history killing two people, destroying nearly 350 homes and burning 18,247 acres. As of Tuesday night, the wildfire is now 100 percent contained.
PHOTOS of Romney's visit to Care and Share food bank: