LAS VEGAS (AP) - A campaign source has told the Las Vegas Review-Journal that Mitt Romney plans to make another stop in Las Vegas this week.
The GOP presidential candidate plans to visit the city on Friday, the newspaper reported Sunday, citing an anonymous source. The Associated Press could not immediately confirm that information with the Romney campaign.
The newspaper said no details of the visit were released.
Romney last visited Nevada on the 11th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, when he spoke to the National Guard in Reno. The latest state unemployment figures were scheduled to be released Friday.
Nevada is among a handful of battleground states in the election. President Barack Obama campaigned Wednesday in Las Vegas.