Republican Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey will make a campaign stop in Youngstown Tuesday in support of Mitt Romney.
The Romney-For-President campaign made the announcement today afternoon but said it had no other details as to time or location of the appearance.
Christie came to Ohio on April 16, raising money for Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel, a candidate for U.S. Senate, according to the web site NJ.com.
In March, Christie planned to attend a rally at Cleveland State University with Romney, but canceled due to inclement weather.
From Thursday through Saturday, Christie is participating in a campaign swing on behalf of various GOP candidates in Washington, Montana, North Dakota and Michigan.