Presumptive presidential nominee Mitt Romney plans to visit Michigan as part of a six-state bus tour.
The Republican's campaign says he's scheduled to be in Michigan on June 19 as part of the five-day tour called "Every Town Counts." It begins Friday in New Hampshire.
The campaign says Monday that details of the stops will be announced soon.
Pennsylvania, Ohio, Wisconsin and Iowa also are on the tour. Romney will be arguing that President Barack Obama has paid little attention to the everyday concerns of the American people and highlighting what he calls the "boundless optimism" that small-town families display despite their struggles with job losses and foreclosures.
Romney campaigned last month in Michigan. He grew up in southeast Michigan, the son of former auto executive and Gov. George Romney.
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