WAUKESHA, WI - AUGUST 12: Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney and vice presidential candidate and Wisconsin native Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) (L) greet supporters during a campaign event (Photo by Darren Hauck/Getty Images)
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CINCINNATI - Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is set to tour Ohio next week with his running mate Paul Ryan and a stop is planned for Cincinnati.
The three-day bus tour through Ohio is focusing on strengthening the middle class and will make a stop in Cincinnati on Tuesday, Sept. 25. Campaign representatives said Ryan will be campaigning in Cincinnati, but it is not yet clear if Romney will join him. Officials say Romney will likely fly into Cincinnati for the tour, but it's unlikely the two will appear together in the Tri-State publicly.
Romney and Ryan will cover six cities during the Ohio bus tour. The stops include Lima, Cincinnati, Dayton, Columbus, Cleveland and Toledo.
The location and time of Tuesday's rally have not yet been announced.
Ohio is sticking to its reputation as a battleground state after both sides of the campaign have visited the area in the last month. President Barack Obama spoke in Eden Park this past Monday and Vice President Joe Biden visited Dayton earlier in September. Also, Romney campaigned in northern Ohio earlier this month and Ryan made a stop in Clermont County as well.
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