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Romney to campaign for McCain in Nevada

Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney will campaign for Republican presidential nominee John McCain in Southern Nevada on Friday, the McCain campaign has announced.

Romney, who was Nevada Republicans’ presidential favorite in the January caucuses, is slated to visit the campaign’s regional offices in Henderson at 9:30 a.m., followed by a stop at the Nevada Republican Party headquarters in Las Vegas at 11 a.m.

He’ll rally campaign volunteers before sending them out to knock on doors and get out the vote, a campaign spokesman said.

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