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Romney kicks off six-state bus tour
Mitt Romney kicks off a five-day, six-state bus tour dubbed "Every Town Counts" on Friday. It's seen as his first traditional campaign jaunt as the presumptive nominee. The tour starts in New Hampshire and ends in Michigan, with stops in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Wisconsin, and Iowa. Romney is skipping solidly blue states like New York and Connecticut and focusing on potential battleground states.
 
Mitt Romney might be forging ahead of Obama because of the stalled economy: At least 67 percent of respondents in Florida, Ohio, and Pennsylvania say the country's still in a recession, and that's bad news for the president.
Mitt Romney might be forging ahead of Obama because of the stalled economy: At least 67 percent of respondents in Florida, Ohio, and Pennsylvania say the country's still in a recession, and that's bad news for the president.
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itt Romney kicks off a five-day, six-state bus tour dubbed "Every Town Counts" on Friday. It's seen as his first traditional campaign jaunt as the presumptive nominee. The tour starts in New Hampshire and ends in Michigan, with stops in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Wisconsin, and Iowa. Romney is skipping solidly blue states like New York and Connecticut and focusing on potential battleground states.
 

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