Sarah Palin, Mike Huckabee, Haley Barbour and, now, Mitt Romney.
Romney, 2008 GOP presidential candidate, is the latest in a parade of possible 2012 Republican candidates to plan a stop in the Gopher state.
The former Mass. governor will stop in Gov. Tim Pawlenty's home turf on April 9 as part of his book tour for "
No Apology: The Case for American Greatness." He'll come for a private roundtable with the Freedom Foundation, where tickets will go for as much as $5,000, and also make a public speech, according to his Web page.
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