Romney Campaign Plans Tuesday Stop In Kansas City Area

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LIBERTY, Mo. - Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney will hold a rally at William Jewell College in Liberty Tuesday at 5pm. He will start the day in St. Louis before traveling to the Kansas City area.

The stops in Missouri are ahead of the state's caucuses on Saturday.

The Romney campaign is encouraging supporters to arrive by 3:45pm. The rally will be in the Quad on the William Jewell College Campus.

For live updates throughout the day and during the event follow @mitchweber on Twitter.

The campaign chose the college because it will be the site of Clay County's Caucus on Saturday.

Ryan Williams/Spokesperson says, "We thought it would be a good venue for Governor Romney to visit to reach out to likely caucus goers to talk about his plans to cut taxes, create jobs and limit government."

According to CNN Romney has a substantial delegate lead so far.

Romney 458
Santorum 203
Gingrich 118
Paul 66

Missouri has 52 delegates up for grabs on Saturday.

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