Romney's six-state bus tour

Mitt Romney begins an “Every Town Counts” bus tour on Friday that will take him to six battleground states that President Obama carried in 2008. He will travel most of the states by plane and then board a campaign bus to journey from town to town. He will begin on the New Hampshire farm where he launched his campaign a year ago, will stop at ice cream shops and host pancake breakfasts, and will finish with an outdoor rally in his native Michigan.

Mitt Romney begins an 'Every Town Counts' bus tour on Friday that will take him to six battleground states that President Obama carried in 2008. A detailed look at the route.
Source: The campaigns. By Philip Rucker and Laura Stanton/The Washington Post. Published on June 14, 2012, 8:28 p.m.
 
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