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Josh Romney to campaign in Virginia

This post has been updated. An earlier version had a photo of Matt Romney, not Josh Romney.

One of Mitt Romney’s five sons heads to Virginia this weekend to campaign in the battleground state.

U.S. Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney, his wife, Ann, and their son Josh look up at the WWII Westerplatte Memorial after laying a wreath there in Gdansk, Poland, July 30, 2012. (JASON REED/REUTERS)

For those of you still trying to sort out the Romney boys, Josh is the strong-jawed, good-looking one. Well, wait, maybe that sort of describes them all.

In any case, his visit comes on the heels of a campaign stop in Virginia Thursday by Mitt Romney and running mate Paul Ryan. They appeared at a Fishersville rally with country singer Trace Adkins on Thursday evening.

President Obama is scheduled to visit the state Friday, with an event at George Mason University in Fairfax.

Mitt Romney will return Monday to deliver a foreign policy speech at Virginia Military Institute in Lexington..

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