Romney heading to Wisconsin for first time since August

Romney will attend a victory rally in West Allis, a Milwaukee suburb, his campaign announced.

The former Massachusetts governor has largely delegated campaigning in the state to Ryan, and his trip there is a sign that the campaign may be increasing its focus on the state.

Most recent polls have shown President Obama with a narrow edge in the state. No GOP presidential candidate has carried Wisconsin since 1984, though President George W. Bush came very close in both 2000 and 2004.

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