Rick Perry to Campaign for Romney in Colorado, Nevada

With a tight presidential race going down to the wire, Gov. Rick Perry will hit the road this weekend to campaign for his former rival in the battleground states of Colorado and Nevada, where he’ll appear at a series of rallies designed to pump up the vote for GOP nominee Mitt Romney.

Perry spokeswoman Catherine Frazier said the governor will travel to Colorado Springs on Sunday for a lunchtime meet and greet and a visit with Romney-Ryan volunteers. Then he’ll head to Pueblo to speak to a gathering of veterans before traveling to Nevada for a “victory rally” in Reno ...

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