BOSTON (FOX 25 / MyFoxBoston.com) Mitt Romney appeared at his Boston headquarters on Wednesday afternoon after returning from his trip overseas.
The former Massachusetts governor got into his waiting vehicle and was driven away, not taking any questions at his North End headquarters.
On Thursday, Romney is scheduled to appear in Colorado at an event alongside a long list of Republicans and rumored vice presidential picks. Among the attendees are New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley, Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal, Arizona Governor Jan Brewer, New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez, Texas Governor Rick Perry, and Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell. All of the aforementioned lawmakers have been talked about at one point or another as a possible running mate.
Thursday's event comes as a new poll shows most voters supporting President Obama over Romney in three critical battleground states. President Obama tops Romney in Ohio, Florida, and Pennsylvania.
The poll done by Quinnipiac University, New York Times, and CBS News shows Obama holding an 11-point lead in Pennsylvania. He holds a six-point lead in both Ohio and Florida. However, voters did find both candidates about even when asked who could handle the economy better.
The president carried the three swing states in 2008 that are among a dozen key states in play for the presidential race.
Romney is expected to announce his running mate before the party's nominating convention in Tampa at the end of August.