Romney Returns to Nevada for First Time Since February | News
LAS VEGAS (AP) -- Republican Mitt Romney is heading back to Las Vegas.
Romney is scheduled to stop here during a swing through the West on Tuesday. He is starting the day in Craig, Colo., with a rally at Alice Pleasant Park. Hours later, he'll greet voters in Las Vegas at Somers Furniture.
The next stop is Trump International Tower just off the Strip, where Romney will attend a fundraiser with Donald Trump. The minimum donation to attend is $2,500.
Nevada and Colorado are important swing states that could decide who wins the White House in November. President Barack Obama has also been campaigning in the area.
This will be Romney's first visit to Nevada since the state's Feb. 4 GOP presidential caucus, a contest he easily won.