PITTSBURGH - Mitt Romney will make a campaign appearance in Pittsburgh, as well as Cleveland, on Election Day for a last-minute flurry of campaigning before the polls close.
Romney's campaign has confirmed that the Republican presidential nominee will make two stops Tuesday -- one in Cleveland and one in Pittsburgh.
Details about the Pittsburgh stop have not yet been released.
The move comes as somewhat of a surprise as Romney was scheduled to wrap his campaign with a late-night rally Monday in New Hampshire.
Romney began making a significant play for Pennsylvania last week. The last time the state voted for a Republican presidential candidate was 1988.
Romney and President Barack Obama are aggressively fighting to win Ohio. Recent polls give Obama a narrow lead in the battleground state.
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