MADISON (WXOW) -- Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney plans to stop in Wisconsin next week as part of a five-day bus tour.
Romney's campaign announced the bus tour on Wednesday. Romney plans to stop in Wisconsin on Monday, June 18. No other details about his visit have been released at this time. After stopping in Wisconsin, Romney is scheduled to be in Iowa on the same day.
The bus tour is seen as a chance for Romney to meet with families and business owners in small towns across six states. The tour begins Friday in New Hampshire with other stops planned in Pennsylvania, Ohio and Michigan.
The Wisconsin visit will mark the first time Romney has been in the state since winning the primary in April. It comes less than two weeks after Republican Gov. Scott Walker won a recall election.
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