WASHINGTON (AP) — Republican Mitt Romney is planning to begin a more aggressive schedule of traditional campaign events in battleground states, including critical Ohio.
A Romney campaign adviser on Wednesday said the GOP nominee will look to increase the tempo of his campaign itinerary so it more closely mirrors the intense schedules of public events that have marked previous presidential contests during the last seven weeks before an election.
The adviser spoke on the condition of anonymity because the plans had not yet been announced formally.
The campaign is still finalizing events for the weekend and early next week, but it's planning stops in Colorado and Ohio. The adviser says some days call for three public events a day — a significant increase over Romney's past schedule.