LEESBURG, Va. - Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is making another campaign stop in northern Virginia.
Romney will speak Wednesday night at a campaign rally at Ida Lee Park in Leesburg. Earlier in the day, he'll campaign in Chesapeake.
Romney has already made several stops in northern Virginia, including a big rally in Manassas to introduce Paul Ryan as his running mate and an appearance at an American legion Post in Springfield.
Loudoun County, a key battleground in Virginia, has already seen campaign stops from President Obama as well as Michelle Obama and Ann Romney.
Tickets to Wednesday's rally are being distributed through local Romney campaign offices and through the campaign's website.
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