BOW, NH - JULY 20: Repubican presidential candidate and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney pauses as he delivers remarks regarding the shooting at Colorado movie theatre July 20, 2012 in Bow, New Hampshire. Romney cancelled campaign …
BOSTON, Mass. - Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney will return to the Buckeye State Tuesday for three campaign stops in Southeastern Ohio.
The visit will be part of Romney’s “Plan for a Stronger Middle Class” bus tour. The candidate will visit the American Energy Corporation in Beallsville to discuss coal use before continuing on to Zanesville, where he will visit Tom’s Ice Cream Bowl. He will wrap up the trip with a stop at the Ross County Court House in Chillicothe.
Romney and President Barack Obama have made frequent visits to Ohio, which has proven to be a swing state with tremendous clout for presidential elections.
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