Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney plans to campaign in Pennsylvania on Sunday to take advantage of what aides see as the possibility of an upset win over President Barack Obama in the traditionally Democratic state. Campaign aides said the visit would likely take place in the southeastern portion of the state. Romney had held off on campaign visits to Pennsylvania because it appeared Obama had the state locked up. But polls have tightened in recent weeks, although Romney is still behind.
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