Updated: Oct 10, 2012 6:44 PM
PORTSMOUTH, Va. (AP) — Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney will have two governors campaigning for him in Virginia.
Va. Gov. Bob McDonnell and La. Gov. Bobby Jindal will make a series of appearances on behalf of Romney on Wednesday.
The duo will first appear at a rally in Portsmouth before making their way to meet and greets in Chester and Sterling later in the day.
Romney will also make another campaign stop in Virginia later this week. On Friday he'll hold a rally at Mobility Supercenter in Richmond.
Romney made two appearances in Virginia on Monday. He gave a foreign policy speech at Virginia Military Institute in Lexington and then attended a rally in Newport News.
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