CLEVELAND - Mitt Romney is back in Northeastern Ohio. According to ABC news, the presumptive Republican Presidential nominee landed at Akron-Canton Airport around 8:35 p.m. Saturday evening in preparation for his Father’s Day breakfast in Brunswick.
As part of his bus tour of the country, Romney will attend the Father’s Day pancake breakfast at Mapleside Farms on Pearl Road in Brunswick. Romney will then hold a rally at Newark Town Square in Newark, Ohio.
Romney travels to Ohio from Pennsylvania, where he focused his bus tour on middle-class economic issues.
The former Massachusetts Governor campaigned in Cincinnati on Thursday. Romney was last in Northeast Ohio in early May, when he visited a factory in Euclid.
Romney is on a bus tour, but he planned to fly each night to the next state and ride from town to town during the day. It's his first traditional campaign swing since the primary and is aimed at undecided voters in six pivotal states won by Obama four years ago: New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Wisconsin, Michigan and Iowa.
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