Mitt Romney's campaign announced today that he'll make a Missouri swing on Tuesday, including a stop in Liberty.
The local stop Tuesday will be at 5 p.m. in The Quad at William Jewell College in Liberty. The Romney camp said this is one of the voting locations for Saturday's Missouri's caucuses.
The Romney campaign provided no more information on the event, including how, and if, the public can attend.
The St. Louis event will be a "Grassroots Event on Jobs and the Economy."
That Romney has decided to campaign in Missouri is a sign that he's not willing to concede the state to Rick Santorum, who swept every county in winning the state's non-binding Feb. 7 primary.
"Non-binding" means the event didn't count when it comes to picking convention delegates. The Saturday caucuses is the start of that process. Missouri offers 52 delegates.
Both Santorum and Ron Paul campaigned in Missouri on Saturday.