Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney has scheduled a five-day, six-state bus tour that will have him visit the Keystone State on Saturday. The “Every Town Counts” tour will start in New Hampshire on Friday and continue to small towns in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Wisconsin and Iowa, and Michigan. President Barack Obama won all six of those states in the 2008 election. The tour will mark Romney’s first bout of intense campaigning since the primaries wrapped up in early April. More details will be released in the next few days. [Washington Post]
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